Amazon Chime vs GoToMeeting

Amazon Chime
Amazon Chime is a secure, real-time, unified communications service that transforms meetings by making them more efficient and easier to conduct. The service delivers high-quality audio and video through an application that is easy to use and stays in sync across all of your devices. With Amazon Chime, meetings start on time, and a visual roster makes them easy to manage.
GoToMeeting allows you to host an online meeting with up to 15 people – so you can do more and travel less. Using our web conferencing tool, you can share any application on your computer in real time. Attendees join meetings in seconds. Enable high-definition video conferencing with one click. GoToMeeting free alternatives are: Skype, Google Hangouts. If you are looking for open-source self-hosted GoToMeeting alternatives pay attention to Jitsi and Rocket.Chat.
Comparing Amazon Chime vs GoToMeeting is like comparing apples to oranges. Because your business is unique and nobody except you can decide, which is better for your company. But we can add some fun to your research and suggest some new comparison parameters.

Ok, now let's compare the UI. Looks like GoToMeeting has more user-friendly interface than Amazon Chime because it's bigger. At least on our screenshots

To compare the popularity of the solutions we counted how many alternatives people search for each of them on the Internet. And it turns out that GoToMeeting is more popular than Amazon Chime

Now let's look at the recent activities of our competitors:

- GoToMeeting unveiled conference room solution (in 2017)
- Amazon launched Skype for Business alternative (in 2017)
- GoToMeeting comes to Android smartwatches (in 2014)
- Citrix launched free version of GoToMeeting (in 2014)
- GoToMeetings adds HD-video. Goes apart from Skype? (in 2011)
- Skype to add web-conferencing powered by GoToMeeting, not Webex (in 2011)
- Online Meeting App Study: GoToMeeting Tops Yugma? (in 2008)
- GoToMeeting comes to Mac and adds full VoIP (in 2008)
- Large-scale "webinars" made easy with GoToWebinar (in 2006)

Looks like GoToMeeting was recently more active than Amazon Chime (at least in our news). We also found some news, in which Amazon Chime and GoToMeeting meet head to head:

2017 - Amazon launched Skype for Business alternative to keep up with GoToMeeting

Amazon launched Chime, a video-conferencing service that will compete with Skype for Business and WebEx. Chime is provided by Amazon Web Services, the cloud-computing and storage division that makes up a big chunk of Amazon's business. The online meeting tool lets users switch between Mac, Windows, iOS and Android devices to use video-conferencing, screen-sharing, file-sharing and a chat feature.  Chime costs $2.50 per month per user for a plan with screen sharing and use of a corporate directory, and $15 per month per user for a full plan that offers video meetings for up to 100 people — the version most businesses will need. A basic plan that allows video calls for two people and chat features is free.  Since Chime is provided by the security-focused Amazon Web Services, the video-conferencing tool encrypts all communications and doesn't store chat history.