The Japan-based company that offered one of the famous messaging app Line has surprised us with its new launch namely Popcorn Buzz for the Google Play Store. The app allows Android users to get engage in a free group call that can include up to 200 people at the same time.
Popcorn Buzz is free to download and is currently only available for Android. The people can now be relevantly connected with their family and friends. The Line Corporation also claims that Popcorn Buzz is a great replacement for existing business-related conference call services. The company states that this new app could accommodate both business calls as well as personal group call services.
The android users can now download Popcorn Buzz from Google Play. All you need to do is after the installation, choose an appropriate username and upload an identifying profile picture. To start a group call, send invites after creating a unique URL for the call. The URL can be shared via various communication methods. Interesting news for existing Line subscribers is that they can use their Line account to log onto Popcorn Buzz and instantly synchronize their contacts list and get started making group calls.
Once the group call get commenced, users would be able to see all the other call members, images and the can also check who is speaking through the green dots that light up in the lower right-hand corner of current chatting users’ icons.