AnyMeeting Rolls Out New Mobile Apps for iPad and Android

ipad-mock-up-screencapAnyMeeting’s Web Conferencing Platform Further Empowers Small Businesses by Enabling Meetings Across Devices and Platforms

We’re excited to announce the release of new mobile apps for the iPad and Android.

Together, these new mobile apps enable small business users to collaborate, meet and present to users across devices and platforms, from PC to Mac, desktop to mobile, and iOS to Android. The AnyMeeting iPad and Android apps enable meeting attendees to join webinars, online meetings and web conferences via their iPad and Android tablets. Users can attend meetings, chat, view shared presentations and applications, and participate in video conferences. The iPad app is available now in the iTunes store and the Android app is available for download in the Google Play store.

AnyMeeting is a full-featured web conferencing and webinar software platform for small business, featuring 6-way video conferencing, phone conferencing, screen sharing, application sharing, chat, polls, meeting recording and more, plus support for up to 200 participants. AnyMeeting offers all of these features in both its completely free ad-supported service and low-cost ad-free options.

“We understand the critical need of many small businesses for easy web conferencing across devices, including mobile,” said Costin Tuculescu, founder and CEO of AnyMeeting. “No one in the industry offers such a full-featured package at prices so friendly to small business — including free. We’re proud to be pushing the product and pricing envelope for small businesses everywhere.”

To demonstrate AnyMeeting’s unique value to small business users, the company is currently running a major national promotion through May 1, 2013 targeting small business customers of GoToMeeting and WebEx: switch to AnyMeeting, and get six months of AnyMeeting’s most comparable ad-free Pro plan for free.

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3 comments on this post.
  1. Dino Carrozzo:

    why your app in not compatible with samsung SIII ? ONLYavaiable for tablets?please resolve that.

  2. Pre-K2BA:

    Is there a timeline for when the app will be compatible with a wider variety of mobile phones? For example, I have a Samsung Galaxy android phone with which the anymeeting app appears not to be compatible according the the Google Play store. The play store won’t even allow me to download it.

  3. Charles Stidham:

    Enjoying the Android app so far, though just curious. Any plans to let us use the device’s we are attending the meeting with to capture voice? My only thing I’m not fond of is still having to call in to the meeting AND use the tablet side-by-side.

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