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Is twinsee also available on iPhone and iPad?
Does twinsee support video teleconference with several people simultaneously?
Can a twinsee video call be recorded locally?
Are data shared on twinsee secured?
Do I have to be connected to receive a call?
What is the minimum bandwidth required to do a WebRTC video call?
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Is twinsee also available on iPhone and iPad?

Yes, twinsee is available on iOS-based devices (iPhone and iPad) as well as Android devices.
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Does twinsee support video teleconference with several people simultaneously?

Not yet. The twinsee peer-to-peer video teleconference service will be supported very soon. Stay tune.
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Can a twinsee video call be recorded locally?

Not yet. Recording a twinsee video call locally will be supported very soon. Stay tune.
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Are data shared on twinsee secured?

We pledge that we do not share with others or publish your data. Our full privacy policy can be found here.
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Do I have to be connected to receive a call?

To use twinsee on your computer, check you are logged into your account on twinsee.net from a Chrome (or soon Firefox) browser.
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What is the minimum bandwidth required to do a WebRTC video call?

Based on some tests done within the WebRTC community, 300Kbs seems to be the minimum per connection.
An option is available to change the video resolution to adapt to the available bandwidth or device CPU performance.
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