Make your family ties and friendships stronger by using delightful Video Chat apps that remove tech-stress, empowering everyone to enjoy them regardless of tech experience
Make video calls to one person or a group of Clanzy users who can answer and join immediately just like regular phone calls.
Clanzy is designed for regular people rather than business users. You can invite anyone to a video call anytime, whether they’re a Clanzy user or not, in just a few intuitive clicks.
Socialize with close friends and family playing games while video chatting at the same time.
Watch the same video at the same time as your friends and family and chat about it – as if you were in the same room!
Share your special moments with your group by showing your screen during a video call.
Designed for everyone in your family groups of close friends to be able to use whether “tech-savvy” or not. Say “goodbye” to “copy URL”!
Easy to read and navigate, unambiguous instructions – made to be inclusive from the outset.
People you invite to a call don’t need a Clanzy account. Your guests join calls just by clicking a single button from your invitation.
Industry best practice security and encryption is on by default. That means that you’re protected, no fear of strangers listening or viewing your call.
Unlimited one-to-one calls and up to 90 minutes free for groups calls by default. An option for longer calls for free also.
Guardian tools enable you to securely manage another’s account on their behalf (eg set up their contacts), assist them with video meeting controls, and even provide remote support on demand.
Clanzy accounts are free, and there is no cost to create and join Clanzy calls and use the basic entertainment package. In the future we will offer paid upgrades.
Clanzy accounts are free, and there is no cost to create and join Clanzy calls and use the basic entertainment package. In the future we will offer paid upgrades.Clanzy video calling functionality shares similarities to all of the above. The differences are:
• You’re not locked into one of the tech giant’s platforms.
• No need to fear your personal data is being traded in return for your “free” product.
• Clanzy is designed for consumers – whereas Zoom for example is a was always designed for business, making it confusing to a lot of people for personal use.
• Clanzy is built on “Confusionless Technology” to provide a delightful experience for everyone, especially less technical people.
• Clanzy is more than just video calls. Clanzy enables family members and groups of close friends to be able to socialize together no matter where they are, in a single seamless environment, that everyone knows how to use.
You can create and join Clanzy calls in Chrome, Firefox, MS Edge and Safari browsers on desktop computers, laptops, iPads and most tablets.
There’s also a Windows app that gives you an enhanced experience.
Yes - group call participants can be other Clanzy users as well as guests without Clanzy accounts – Clanzy gives you an intuitive seamless experience for both you and your invitees regardless of whether they’ve used Clanzy before, without them needing to do any sign-up.
All you need is someone’s email address and we do the rest. No switching between programs, no copy/paste, no “meeting URLs” (unless you want them), no complicated settings - Clanzy automatically takes care of delivering invitations for you.
Each email address used is automatically saved into your Clanzy address book for ease of access in the future.
You can even connect Clanzy to your Google, Gmail, Microsoft, Outlook or Yahoo accounts to automatically bring all your existing contacts and email addresses into Clanzy, to save you typing or manually copying them.
Clanzy is designed for groups of family members and close friends to socialize in a friendly, relaxed private online experience. We think of these groups of people who are closest to you as your “Clans”. From “clans” the name “Clanzy” was born, to highlight the close-knit nature of the app, different from social media and gaming platforms where “everything” is “shared”.