Internet, Networking, & Security Around the Web Top Web Conferencing Tools for Mac Compare these online meeting applications for Mac OS X By Gabriela Warren Freelance Contributor Gabriela Warren is a former freelance contributor to Lifewire who specialized in online collaboration and web conferencing technology. our editorial process Gabriela Warren Updated February 24, 2020 Apple Around the Web How to Get a VPN Tweet Share Email If you are a Mac user looking for the best web conferencing tools, the list below will help you find some of the most reliable web conferencing tools on the market for Mac OS. iVisit This is a video conferencing tool that supports up to eight people sharing video at a time, and best of all, it’s free to download and use. It also supports VoIP calls, so users don’t have to pay for conferencing with long-distance participants, for example. This tool also lets users send voice or video messages, in case the person they wanted to call is unavailable. It’s also possible to use iVisit from a smartphone and other Internet-connected mobile devices, so users can meet on-the-go, however, this feature costs extra. It’s very easy to download and get started, and signup only takes a couple of minutes. Qnext A very easy to use web conferencing tool, Qnext enables both video and audio conferencing, supporting up to four people at a time for a video conference and eight people in an audio conference. One of the cool things about Qnext is that it allows people to send instant messages to colleagues in all different networks, such as AIM, Gtalk, and Facebook Chat and MySpace chat. For better collaboration, Qnext also allows users to grant access to their desktops in control or view mode. Users can drag-and-drop files that they would like to share with online conference attendees, for ease. It is also possible to download a Qnext app for the iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad for meeting away from your computer. ReadyTalk This is a browser-based tool, so it works on Mac as well as all other operating systems. It has several useful features for your web conference, such as the ability to appoint co-presenters, share desktop control and conduct polls. It also lets users send survey e-mails after the conference, an important feature for following up on a web conference. Users can also record and download their online meetings so if any discussions need to be revisited, it’s easy to do so.