Other Video Conferencing Reviews: Uberconference vs Fuze vs AnyMeeting vs ClickMeeting & More

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Best For…
Large Teams
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Small Teams
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Mobile-Friendly Conferencing
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Let’s review the video conferencing software that didn’t make the cut in our main video conferencing software comparison (and for your convenience, our top 3 picks from that article are included to the right).

Below are our reviews of the remaining video conferencing platforms that are other popular options.

Remember that each platform provides unique offerings, so depending on your specific needs, you may find a solution here at a price point that’s a great fit for your team.

Best Video Conferencing Software

AnyMeeting by Intermedia | Calliflower | ClickMeeting | Fuze | MegaMeeting | R-HUB | StartMeeting | Uberconference

AnyMeeting by Intermedia Review

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AnyMeeting is a great choice for all types of companies. With the free basic version, you get the same great perks as the paid version minus the ability to record your meetings. The free version also has ads. The maximum number of attendees is 1,000 for Webinar Pro and a maximum of 30 attendees for Meeting Pro.

Pros

Cons

  • Conference calling
  • Present PowerPoint slides
  • Mobile friendly
  • Twitter and Facebook integration (Webinar Pro only)
  • Unlimited meetings
  • Records meetings for Pro versions
  • Pro versions are ad free
  • Play YouTube videos
  • Maximum of 1,000 attendees
  • Must download an application for screen share
  • Ads on the basic version

Pricing

  • Free for basic version
  • Meeting Pro – $18/month or $180/year
  • Webinar Pro – starting at $78/month or $780/year

Calliflower Review

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Calliflower looks to have thought of everything. Callers can “raise their hand” so they don’t talk over others. You can also mute someone if there’s too much background noise. The dashboard shows who is speaking along with their photo to help you put a face to a name. Although you can share documents via Calliflower there is no video feature so you can’t actually see a person talking, only their photo appears.

Pros

Cons

  • Up to 200 participants
  • Unlimited number of calls
  • Chat during calls
  • No contracts (month by month)
  • Call in from your browser, phone or Skype
  • No video (only audio)

Pricing

Calliflower offers a 14-day free trial.

  • Calli-Go: 4.5¢/minute for worldwide calling and 6.9¢/minute for toll-free
  • Call500: $9.99/month for 500 worldwide minutes
  • Call2000: $29.95/month for 2,000 worldwide minutes
  • Call5000: $59.95/month for 5,000 worldwide minutes

If you go over your minutes, you are charged 2.9¢/minute for all plans except Calli-Go.

ClickMeeting Review

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ClickMeeting’s selling point is its ability to hold international meetings and they specialize in webinars.

The software incorporates Google Translate, so you can communicate with others even if you aren’t a fluent speaker of the language. However, we all know how great Google Translate is so you may not receive the best translation.

Pros

Cons

  • Maximum of 5,000 attendees
  • No downloads for participants
  • Only email support
  • Not the best sound quality

Pricing

All plans come with a 30-day free trial.

  • MyWebinars: starting at $25/month
  • MyWebinars Pro: starting at $35/month
  • Enterprise: starting at $165/month

Fuze Review

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Fuze (previously known as Fuzebox and Thinking Phones) is pretty quiet about what it offers. In previous versions of this article, we had tons of information on Fuze. However, Fuze has changed and with it, the company has stopped being transparent about its offerings. If you know anything about Fuze, let us know!

Pros

Cons

  • HD video conferencing
  • Remote control
  • Performance sometimes has glitches
  • Pricing is not listed online
  • Little information listed online

Pricing

Pricing is not listed online. You must contact Fuze directly for pricing.

MegaMeeting Review

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MegaMeeting is a cloud-based video conferencing solution. So there is no installation needed. You can access a meeting on your browser or Apple and Android smartphone and tablet. They offer many features, but you may have to pay extra for them. If you’re a Mac user, you may not have access to all of the Mega Meeting features.

Pros

Cons

  • 24/7 customer support
  • Display up to 16 video windows during a meeting
  • No contracts
  • Text chat
  • Share documents
  • Site is old looking
  • Pricing is not listed
  • No free trial
  • For premium features, you must purchase the Business Bundle
  • Mac users don’t have access to all features
  • Delayed video
  • Must download some plugins for extra features to work

Pricing

You must contact MegaMeeting for pricing. Their site does say, “Web & video conferencing plans as low as $39/month.”

R-HUB Review

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R-HUB has an actual server that you purchase to use for your web meeting needs. You don’t have to pay the entire lump sum at once, but once you pay the necessary payments, the server is yours. These are extremely expensive, so it’s important that you are set on continuing online meetings, so it’s worth the money you spend.

There isn’t tons of information out about R-HUB, so it’s hard for us to justify spending thousands of dollars on something we do not fully understand.

Pros

Cons

  • Free audio conferencing
  • Up to 15 webcams per meeting
  • Up to 3,000 webinar attendees
  • Own your R-HUB server after 3-10 monthly payments
  • Works on any mobile device
  • Expensive
  • Not enough user feedback

Pricing

Pricing for RHUB is different from any other company in this article. We suggest looking at their site directly if you are interested in purchasing from them. They do offer a 30-day free trial.

StartMeeting Review

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StartMeeting is a division of FreeConferenceCall. It’s a little on the pricey side but they recently expanded their product to now offer screen sharing and video conferencing.

Pros

Cons

  • Compatible with iPhone, iPad and Android
  • Free recording
  • On the more expensive side

Pricing

They offer to packages:

  • $14.95/month for 1,000 participants per license
  • $6,000/month for unlimited licenses

UberConference Review

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UberConference is used by many big-name companies like Dropbox, Walgreens and The Weather Channel. They offer help through FAQs, email, phone and live chat. You receive your own dedicated number, so pins aren’t necessary.

The screen shows you who is talking, so there’s no confusion on whose voice you’re hearing.

Pros

Cons

  • No pin
  • Screen share
  • See who’s on the call and who’s talking
  • Record calls
  • Share documents
  • Call controls (mute, text chat, etc.)
  • You can call in yourself or have UberConference call you, so you don’t forget a call
  • Free version
  • Up to 100 participants
  • Call out feature doesn’t always work

Pricing

Haven’t Found A Good Match Yet?

If you’re still not sure if these software solutions are the perfect fit, be sure to read the reviews of our top 3 picks and other top video conferencing software. We’ve reviewed nearly 20 companies.

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About The Author:

Kimberly received her Bachelor of Arts from Simpson College with a major in multimedia journalism and a minor in marketing. She has been writing about business solutions since 2014, covering subjects such as tax software, email marketing, office equipment and more. Her work has appeared in many notable brands, including The New York Times' Wirecutter, Reader's Digest, Forbes, People, Woman's World, and Huffington Post.

In 2015, she started her own business and continues to learn how to run it more efficiently thanks to her work on We Rock Your Web. Her natural curiosity helps her research as she seeks the truth when learning about, comparing and personally testing products and services. With every piece she writes, her goal is to help our readers find the best fit for their unique needs.

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