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https://dudodiprj2sv7.cloudfront.net/product-logos/P9/dd/S7X6GS0FLTVO.JPEGBest in Class Video Conferencing SoftwareWe use Blizz constantly in our department. I work as an account manager and connect to our international clients via Blizz every day. If not for the weekly catch-up sessions our team carries out, we would’ve gone for the Crew plan but Company plan makes it possible to have a meeting with up to 300 participants and doesn’t cost a lot more so we decided to get it instead. Overall, Blizz is simply a great video conferencing tool that has become the preferred collaboration tool in our department.,I often have to remember many things during a meeting with a client and some of those manage to slip away, Blizz’s recording feature helps me greatly here by letting me go through the high-quality recording of a meeting whenever I need to My new clients do not have to download the app, they can simply join via the web client just by entering the meeting ID I send them One of the core reasons we chose Blizz is its high level of security, I work with valuable information every day and it needs to be well protected The interface is super easy and intuitive, even our baby boomer colleagues have no trouble using it Audio and Video glitch very rarely, pretty much the most stable VC app I worked on,I sincerely hope the whiteboard feature comes back soon, it was very useful in the discussion process You can’t send files in a group chat now but that bothers me minimally as I usually work with a single client at a given time The emoticon range could be bigger,10,The app is more affordable than many of its main competitors and at the same time offers very good quality VC experience If you sign up for an annual plan you can save quite some money and use an excellent tool for even less The app makes my video conferencing experience smooth and trouble-free,GoToMeeting and Join.me,SkypeBlizz - Good all round video conferencing software with some nice features and intuitive interfaceMy work involves working with mostly international clients and I often have to collaborate with people across multiple sites in different time zones. Blizz is great for these situations as people can jump into a meeting at short notice from anywhere and using pretty much any kind of device (e.g. mobile/Mac/PC).,Very effective linking of different devices. Easy to join from anywhere/any device by just entering the meeting ID. Minimal, intuitive interface that takes very little getting used to. I skipped the help section and still figured everything out within a couple of minutes. Pairs with Outlook so you can view all your existing contacts from within Blizz. Really saves time and stops anyone being missed out. Can support up to 300 participants. Reasonable pricing structure. Free for personal use and still good value for the higher-level packages. You can also add local numbers for free. Live text chat for use during a meeting if you have something to say but don’t want to interrupt the presenter. A secured connection so there are no issues sending sensitive documents etc. The audio and video quality has always been excellent (although I’ve come to expect this from any conferencing software nowadays).,It’s definitely got a different look and feel to other more common conferencing software. I can envisage some users not liking the change if they’ve used another example for years. Some users could benefit from a more in-depth, interactive tutorial or similar. Not an issue for me, but definitely something the developers could consider. It's not currently used very widely.,9,It’s made multi-site collaborations a lot more straightforward. I think as Blizz gains traction and more people adopt it, this should become even truer. The simple record feature has definitely changed my experience of meetings. I now just record all meetings to review at a later date and have almost done away with note-taking. It takes almost no time to learn how to use the software due to the intuitive design.,Blizz is great for remote teams - easy to figure out & great connectionConsidering I work a ton on a remote or freelance basis, Blizz has managed to simplify communication with my clients. More than any other service I've tried, Blizz strikes a balance between simplicity, stability, and usefulness.,Super user-friendly and intuitive interface Multiple features (i.e. screen sharing, meeting scheduling, audio/video options) Several communication methods (chat, video) supported High quality video call connection And compatibility across various devices as well High standard of security (end-to-end encryption) Ideal for remote or international teams trying to stay in sync,Still fairly new, so not used by all my correspondents Has room for growth for more organizational features,10,Overall great value: the affordable plans and easy-to-use features make Blizz worth it right from the get go. It saves time by centralizing my communication and scheduling needs, and saves me from the headache of unstable calls.,Great app with lots of featuresI work from Spain as part of a global marketing team with many representatives in each continent. We carry our marketing work within our region for the same projects and need to collaborate on an ongoing basis. Blizz is great for that as it’s easy to use, and we can record our meetings for others to listen later, which is vital when you are spread across so many time zones.,Very simple setup Recording features is a must have Runs on any device,You need to upgrade to get all features Not everyone has heard of it,10,Takes no time to set up and get working Cost effective considering all the features,SkypeEasy to use, simple and intuitive layoutOur company purchased the Core Package a couple of months ago. We switched to Blizz from a bigger platform and everyone on our team seems to be happy with this decision. The price is much more affordable than most alternatives, but it’s laced with useful features like screen-sharing, recording option, meeting scheduler, etc. Really enjoying our experience with Blizz so far.,Affordable and a great tool for collaboration Works well for large group meetings and provides useful tools for efficient collaborative work End-to-end session encryption, unique meeting ID for each user, easy and fast setup and registration, available on Android and IOS, Mac and PC, Outlook integration,You can sense that the product is still in development/introduction stages, but has the potential of getting bigger Some UI improvements are necessary Not a lot of public awareness,10,Group work and brainstorming have become much easier TeamViewer quality is apparent and very much appreciated,Zoom
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Anna Abalyan profile photo
June 15, 2018

Blizz Review: "Best in Class Video Conferencing Software"

Score 10 out of 10
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We use Blizz constantly in our department. I work as an account manager and connect to our international clients via Blizz every day. If not for the weekly catch-up sessions our team carries out, we would’ve gone for the Crew plan but Company plan makes it possible to have a meeting with up to 300 participants and doesn’t cost a lot more so we decided to get it instead.
Overall, Blizz is simply a great video conferencing tool that has become the preferred collaboration tool in our department.
  • I often have to remember many things during a meeting with a client and some of those manage to slip away, Blizz’s recording feature helps me greatly here by letting me go through the high-quality recording of a meeting whenever I need to
  • My new clients do not have to download the app, they can simply join via the web client just by entering the meeting ID I send them
  • One of the core reasons we chose Blizz is its high level of security, I work with valuable information every day and it needs to be well protected
  • The interface is super easy and intuitive, even our baby boomer colleagues have no trouble using it
  • Audio and Video glitch very rarely, pretty much the most stable VC app I worked on
  • I sincerely hope the whiteboard feature comes back soon, it was very useful in the discussion process
  • You can’t send files in a group chat now but that bothers me minimally as I usually work with a single client at a given time
  • The emoticon range could be bigger
Blizz is great for any kind of video conferencing call, it brings a lot to the table and manages to execute its service very well. I would recommend it to anyone that is looking for an affordable and solid video conferencing experience. In my opinion, it would suit both medium and small teams the most.
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May 29, 2018

Review: "Blizz - Good all round video conferencing software with some nice features and intuitive interface"

Score 9 out of 10
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My work involves working with mostly international clients and I often have to collaborate with people across multiple sites in different time zones. Blizz is great for these situations as people can jump into a meeting at short notice from anywhere and using pretty much any kind of device (e.g. mobile/Mac/PC).
  • Very effective linking of different devices. Easy to join from anywhere/any device by just entering the meeting ID.
  • Minimal, intuitive interface that takes very little getting used to. I skipped the help section and still figured everything out within a couple of minutes.
  • Pairs with Outlook so you can view all your existing contacts from within Blizz. Really saves time and stops anyone being missed out.
  • Can support up to 300 participants.
  • Reasonable pricing structure. Free for personal use and still good value for the higher-level packages. You can also add local numbers for free.
  • Live text chat for use during a meeting if you have something to say but don’t want to interrupt the presenter.
  • A secured connection so there are no issues sending sensitive documents etc.
  • The audio and video quality has always been excellent (although I’ve come to expect this from any conferencing software nowadays).
  • It’s definitely got a different look and feel to other more common conferencing software. I can envisage some users not liking the change if they’ve used another example for years.
  • Some users could benefit from a more in-depth, interactive tutorial or similar. Not an issue for me, but definitely something the developers could consider.
  • It's not currently used very widely.
Blizz would be useful for any meeting requiring people to join from different sites using different devices and platforms. The connectivity is as seamless as I have seen in any conferencing software. The secured connection means that Blizz is ideal for any meeting involving sensitive data (probably the majority of meetings). When some participants are not particularly tech-oriented, the intuitive interface makes it easy for them to use all the key features.

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August 10, 2018

Review: "Blizz is great for remote teams - easy to figure out & great connection"

Score 10 out of 10
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Considering I work a ton on a remote or freelance basis, Blizz has managed to simplify communication with my clients. More than any other service I've tried, Blizz strikes a balance between simplicity, stability, and usefulness.
  • Super user-friendly and intuitive interface
  • Multiple features (i.e. screen sharing, meeting scheduling, audio/video options)
  • Several communication methods (chat, video) supported
  • High quality video call connection
  • And compatibility across various devices as well
  • High standard of security (end-to-end encryption)
  • Ideal for remote or international teams trying to stay in sync
  • Still fairly new, so not used by all my correspondents
  • Has room for growth for more organizational features
Particularly great for remote teams: communicating on various devices and not worrying about connectivity issues across geographical distances makes life a lot easier.
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August 10, 2018

Blizz Review: "Great app with lots of features"

Score 10 out of 10
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I work from Spain as part of a global marketing team with many representatives in each continent. We carry our marketing work within our region for the same projects and need to collaborate on an ongoing basis. Blizz is great for that as it’s easy to use, and we can record our meetings for others to listen later, which is vital when you are spread across so many time zones.
  • Very simple setup
  • Recording features is a must have
  • Runs on any device
  • You need to upgrade to get all features
  • Not everyone has heard of it
All around easy connection tool with many features. For us, being able to record a meeting for colleagues unable to attend due to their time zones is great.
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July 10, 2018

Blizz Review: "Easy to use, simple and intuitive layout"

Score 10 out of 10
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Our company purchased the Core Package a couple of months ago. We switched to Blizz from a bigger platform and everyone on our team seems to be happy with this decision. The price is much more affordable than most alternatives, but it’s laced with useful features like screen-sharing, recording option, meeting scheduler, etc. Really enjoying our experience with Blizz so far.
  • Affordable and a great tool for collaboration
  • Works well for large group meetings and provides useful tools for efficient collaborative work
  • End-to-end session encryption, unique meeting ID for each user, easy and fast setup and registration, available on Android and IOS, Mac and PC, Outlook integration
  • You can sense that the product is still in development/introduction stages, but has the potential of getting bigger
  • Some UI improvements are necessary
  • Not a lot of public awareness
If you’re looking for an easy and intuitive collaboration tool, Blizz just may be the one for you. TeamViewer made conference calls easy and reliable.
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July 05, 2018

Review: "Blizz is just what I needed for my online startup business! It works great!"

Score 10 out of 10
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I am the owner and manager of an online writing business. Since my business is just starting up and is based online, for the most part, we don’t have a specified meeting place, but we must have lots of business meetings. Blizz has been really useful in allowing all of us a place to go and have our meetings, without any hassle.
  • Great for running online business meetings with people from all over the world.
  • The video calling is of really great quality
  • The app makes it easy for my team to collaborate and connect fast
  • The simple setup makes the app easy to navigate
  • It may not have all the benefits that other more complex apps have, due to its simplicity.
  • I would have liked to be able to add contacts for people without the app as well as with the app.
  • You have to pay to upgrade, but it’s a reasonable price
I would definitely recommend that any business owner or group leader should download the Blizz app. It’s secure and very simple in use.
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July 04, 2018

Blizz Review: "Stay safe. Video Conference easy"

Score 10 out of 10
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I do a lot of communication with different partners across the globe. Since I started using Blizz for video conferencing, I am able to bring them in one room and we have a detailed discussion on any problem that needs solving. I am also able to record for future references making my work very easy.
  • Ease of use of the software. All the features are self-explanatory
  • Recording feature helps with future reference
  • The use of the software is not as wide as many people are yet to learn about it
  • In order to access some of the features, Blizz needs to be upgraded
Blizz is quite appropriate if you do a lot of video conferencing and also have a team that is across the globe.
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July 06, 2018

Blizz Review: "Reliable communication and collaboration with an intuitive design"

Score 10 out of 10
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I am a freelancer who supports IT related products. I have clients from all over the world. When faced with connectivity issues between a client and myself, a client would often mistake this connectivity problem as a problem with the quality of my service. This has been costing me a lot of business. Blizz provides a stable and reliable connection throughout.
  • Blizz has a very different, yet minimalist and modern feel to it. I found the interface to be very simple to use and figured out how to do everything instantly.
  • Meetings were set up quickly and the reliability of the desktop application was impressive.
  • I scheduled several meetings with international clients and did not face any difficulties with sound or connectivity.
  • I tried adding new people to the meeting and if they are not already part of my contact list, I could not search for them easily during the meeting. There were no error messages when searching for non-existing users in my contact list. I expected a message stating that no contacts were found.
I would recommend this product to anyone who initiates several meetings and/or requires screen share features and remote access. The screen share feature during meetings was seamless.
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June 29, 2018

Blizz Review: "Solid conferencing program"

Score 10 out of 10
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As a freelancer, Blizz grants me an easy way to maintain contacts with clients in multiple fields and industries. Conference calls and e-mails are the hammer and screwdrivers of business, but having live conferencing with a simple interface serves as the adjustable socket wrench in the work toolbox. Ideas and suggestions get relayed faster through Blizz, ensuring everyone on a project can be involved with little hassle.

I’ve had to fight with other conference interfaces, with passwords being rejected and clients unable to connect. Blizz solved those problems, allowing business to occur in a quick, decisive manner.

  • Simple program interface.
  • Quick learning curve; users will find the program undemanding to master.
  • Variety of communication options, from video to voice conferencing, screen sharing, meeting recording, and an option to participate in a meeting without downloading anything – just via browser.
  • Free to download.
  • Versatile; easy to use with multiple devices.
  • Interface appears less sophisticated than other conferencing programs; could be a turnoff for some users.
  • Straightforward program design won’t change the world of video conferencing.
Blizz allows up to 300 individuals to participate in a single online meeting; that alone makes it a fantastic communication tool. Throw in the program’s easy-to-use operational format, conversation security, meeting features, and the ability to operate on various devices, Blizz does a fantastic job connecting with clients and associates.
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Blizz Scorecard Summary

Feature Scorecard Summary

Task Management (4)
9.1
Scheduling (7)
9.1
Mobile Access (8)
9.1
Search (2)
7.3
Visual planning tools (1)
9.1
Chat (8)
9.1
Notifications (6)
9.1
Discussions (4)
9.1
Internal knowledgebase (3)
9.1
Integrates with Outlook (5)
9.1
Versioning (2)
9.1
Video files (5)
9.1
Audio files (5)
9.1
Document collaboration (4)
9.1
Access control (3)
9.1
Advanced security features (6)
9.1
Device sync (4)
9.1

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