[jitsi-dev] VB: Will there be any new updates to jitsi for android?


#1

Hi,

I have for a long time been a fan of your application but now there's been a couple of years since you released the Android, Nightly, experimental version for Alpha warriors.

Are you having plans on releasing a stable version or does "jitsi meet" complement/replace all the ZRTP and encryption methods used in the jitsi-version I am refering to?

If not, I would kindly suggest to either remove the unstable, nightly version or just go out with the information that the project is on-hold.

Thanks for a great work and wish you all the luck with establishing a big place on the market [:blush:]

Best regards,

Fredrik Wessberg


#2

I have for a long time been a fan of your application but now there's been a
couple of years since you released the Android, Nightly, experimental version
for Alpha warriors.

Are you having plans on releasing a stable version or does "jitsi meet"
complement/replace all the ZRTP and encryption methods used in the jitsi-
version I am refering to?

If not, I would kindly suggest to either remove the unstable, nightly version
or just go out with the information that the project is on-hold.

https://jitsi.org/Documentation/FAQ#android
https://github.com/jitsi/jitsi-android

Thanks for a great work and wish you all the luck with establishing a big
place on the market

Best regards,
Fredrik Wessberg

Ingo


#3

Hi Fredrik,

I’m afraid Jitsi for Android is no longer in development (as stated on the GitHub page). We do have a Jitsi Meet app on the Play Store, though it’s not functionally equivalent.

Jitsi Meet uses a WebRTC stack, so it uses DTLS-SRTP instead of ZRTP, and it’s designed primarily with multiparty conferencing in mind.

Cheers,

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On Mar 3, 2017, at 08:27, Fredrik Wessberg <fredrik.wessberg@hotmail.com> wrote:

Hi,

I have for a long time been a fan of your application but now there's been a couple of years since you released the Android, Nightly, experimental version for Alpha warriors.
Are you having plans on releasing a stable version or does "jitsi meet" complement/replace all the ZRTP and encryption methods used in the jitsi-version I am refering to?

If not, I would kindly suggest to either remove the unstable, nightly version or just go out with the information that the project is on-hold.

Thanks for a great work and wish you all the luck with establishing a big place on the market <OutlookEmoji-:blush:.png>

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Saúl