Zing works on all modern computers, tablets and phones.

No - you join calls directly in your web browser. You can use any modern web browser and you will be advised when trying to join a call if your browser is unsupported.

There is no limit to the number of people who can join a ZING call. Each call is made up of different groups - each of which act like their own individual video call - and there is a limit of 50 people per group.

ZING is free! We are in beta mode and will introduce paid plans in due course.

No. Your calls can last as long as you like.

ZING is built with security in mind and is end-to-end encrypted. We use Twilio's system to run our video calls: they one of the leading global cloud communications companies and certified to ISO-27001 standard. You can see more detail on our security page.

No. Once you have created the call and shared the unique link with your invitees, people can join it without you needing to admit them. So don't worry if you are running late!

ZING's chat functionality allows you to send a message to all attendees, even if they are not currently in your group. You can also invite people to join your group.

People use ZING for social calls. A lot of teams working remotely use it to add some fun into their working week and connect with their colleagues. People also use ZING personally with friends and family.

ZING has in-built functionality for 3 popular group games: 2 Truths and A Lie, Empires and Who Am I? We release new games each month with the next ones being Mafia and a team version of Heads Up.

ZING doesn't have any virtual backgrounds built-in; however, you can sign-up to services like ManyCam or Snap Camera that allow you to use virtual backgrounds on any video conferencing service.