Web conferencing users will be glad to know they have a new option available to them in iMeet, a platform that had previously been available only for iOS devices. iMeet developer Premiere Global Services, Inc., says the conferencing app is intuitive, easy-to-use, and will unchain you from your desk when you need to participate in a web conference. The iMeet service is available on computers, smartphones and tablets and can transition between the devices during a conference.
The iMeet app can handle connections for up to 15 people. Meeting organizers can start the meeting from their smartphone and manage other aspects of the meeting like muting guests, sharing files, chat and more. For guests the service is free while organizers can purchase audio minutes for as little as $19 per month. In addition to video conferencing or call-in participants, the service will also let users share videos, pictures, files or presentations.
iMeet offers a 30-day free trial of the service if you head over to their web site at imeet.com. If you or your team are already using iMeet but you have been locked out by the iOS-only status of the app, you can use one of the download links below to grab the app for your Android device.