Best Free Video Calling Apps 2022

Messenger is used by many individuals and businesses for communication and you can even use it without a Facebook account. (image credit: Facebook/TechCrunch)
Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing service you can use to virtually meet with others - either by video or audio-only or both. (image credit: Zoom)
WhatsApp's strength, outside of just having mountains of users already embedded, is that it is easy to make new group chats and search for messages in the past. (image credit: WhatsApp)
We don't know how many users FaceTime video has, but it's massive between Apple users and you can easily flip back and forth between video and voice.  (image credit: Apple)
Google Duo is free to use, enables one-to-one video and voice calls and it works across both iOS and Android devices - unlike Apple's FaceTime. (image credit: Google/Pocket-lint)
Google Meet sits alongside Google Chat, and most people who use it are customers of G Suite, which is basically Gmail, Calendar and Docs but for business. (image credit: Google)
Slack is a little different to the competition, as it's more of an open platform. It works as a central place for communication that pulls in third-party apps. (image credit: Pocket-lint)
WeChat is hailed as the one-stop-shop alternative to most communication apps. It's like combining text, Skype, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram into one app. (image credit: Pocket-lint)