uniRow launches Android App for Webinars & Conferencing

This app is mainly intended to give distributed trainers and team members access to others through a mobile platform.

Mumbai based web conferencing startup uniRow has released its Android app in  the Google Play Store. With this new app teams can host webinars for a much larger audience using the expanded audience reach they can achieve by using the mobile platform. This app is mainly intended to give distributed trainers and team members access to others through a mobile platform.

The app supports all devices running Android 4.0 and above. To use the app, first download and install it from here onto your mobile Android device. Once this step is over, open the mail with the invitation for the uniRow webinar/training session and click on the meeting link. The app will launch from the browser. Now you can enter your name and email address and click join. Once this step is completed, you will automatically be taken to the live uniRow session.uniRow

You don’t need to purchase an uniRow account to attend  the uniRow sessions through the app.

Some key features of the  uniRow Mobile app

  • Support for Multi-way high quality video for both front and back camera.

  • Private and group chat options with attendees.

  • Remote access to presenters desktop, presentations, images and documents.

  • Audio connection through built-in mic & speakers on mobile device.

  • Access to list of attendees.

  • Attendee participation through chat, audio or video during webinars and trainings

  • Instant feedback for presenter: Request presenter to go slow, fast or repeat a particular topic.

We had recently covered uniRow’s launch the next version of their internet browser based video collaboration product Seabiscuit. With this product education consultants, online trainers, e-Learning companies and enterprises can deliver interactive webinars using their web browser.

Recently we have been seeing a lot of activity by Google+ Hangouts and their collaborative webinars with various ministries to hold remote interactive sessions with citizens. With users wanting to cut conferencing costs and the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend catching up, old school expensive video and web conferencing is undergoing a major disruption.

Large existing players like GoToMeeting from Citrix and Cisco’s webex also have mobile apps.

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