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Share Video, Screen, Docs and Apps Across Any Device with Slingshot

Share Video, Screen, Docs and Apps Across Any Device with Slingshot | Online Collaboration Tools |
Robin Good's insight:

Slingshot is a new downloadable software app which allows you to easily video-conference, share your screen or any active application, as well as notes or documents, in an easy and effective fashion, and across all types of computers (Mac and Win) and devices (iOS and Android).

Slingshot allows the sharing of your entire screen as well as the possibility to mirror a specific application, it also:

  • integrates a text chat facility 
  • supports video group chat (up to 5 video feeds simultaneously) 
  • provides live meeting notes facility
  • offers the ability to easily rearrange and resize video windows 
  • allows full customization of its layout to your needs
  • supports up to 25 users
  • people can join in from their smartphone or tablet

30-day free trial available (supporting up to five users and five cameras).

Pricing: $9.99/mo  one-to-one connection

$29.99/mo up to five users;

$39.99/mo up to 25 users;

$99.99/mo enterprise - supports multiple simultaneous sessions 

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Easy Audio Conferencing and Screen-Sharing Across Desktop and Mobile with Biba

Robin Good's insight:

Biba is an audio-conferencing and screen-sharing cross-platform software that works across desktop (Mac & PC), mobile and tablet devices (iOS & Android) making it easy to manage audio conference calls with multiple users connecting while on the move.

Biba automatically calls all participants at the right time, shows you name and last name of who is joining the call, and makes it easy to mute participants that have noisy backgrounds. 

The audio quality is at 48kHz compared to the 16kHz of a traditional landline and during any call you can stat sharing any website, slide or document while all people attending, no matter on what kind of device can see what you are showing. 

Free version available.

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paul babicki's curator insight, January 10, 2014 10:05 PM

Netiquette is not limited to email . . . here is a product for conferencing.

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Airdrop for Any OS: Transfer Any File Between Macs, PCs & Smartphones Over WiFi with Filedrop

Airdrop for Any OS: Transfer Any File Between Macs, PCs & Smartphones Over WiFi with Filedrop | Online Collaboration Tools |
Robin Good's insight:

Filedrop is a new free downloadable app for Mac, PC, iOS and (soon) Android which allows you to easily transfer any file from any two such devices by simply dragging and dropping your selected file over a hot box.

Once downloaded and launched Filedrop on at least two devices, you only need to drag and drop any file you want to transfer to the other devices onto the Filedrop hot box and accept the transfer on the receiving device, and you are done.

Zero interface. Zero registration or login.

Supersimple to use.

Excellent. Very useful. Highly recommended.

Free on PC and Mac.

0.99$ / 0.89€ the mobile app. 

N.B.: In my tests, Mac and PC versions run reliably on XP and Mac OSX 10.7.5 but not on my iPhone 4 with iOS 6. On the iPhone I could only get a blank screen. On a second iPhone with iOS7 everything run smoothly.

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Instantaneous Push-To-Talk Video Chat: QuicklyChat

Instantaneous Push-To-Talk Video Chat: QuicklyChat | Online Collaboration Tools |

Robin Good: QuicklyChat is a new real-time collaboration downloadable software for PCs and Macs (Linux coming) which allows you to easily video chat with your teammates.

Key characterizing trait for Quicklychat is its ability to auto-signal to your contacts whether you are effectively busy or not (depending on what you are actually doing on your computer - this is configurable) and to connect to any of your contacts in one-second time.

From the official site: "The biggest difference between QuicklyChat and conventional video communication is that QuicklyChat auto-answers incoming calls when the recipient is available.

Incoming connections are displayed in an unobtrusive notification window, so you can keep working if you're in the middle of an important thought, without having to think about how to respond to an incoming call."

Free to use.

Review on Techcrunch



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