Adobe Connect Mobile 2.0 brings added hosting controls to Android
Adobe this week announced release of Adobe Connect Mobile 2.0 which brings expanded hosting capabilities and control to the mobile experience. Those of you business users with Android tablets and smartphones will find that the 2.0 app gives full meeting administration, new sharing options, and more control over presentations.
Features of Adobe Connect Mobile 2.0 include:
- Complete meeting administration: In addition to existing hosting controls (begin/end meetings, manage attendance, manage attendee roles – Host, Presenter, or Participant, etc.), hosts can now fully control meeting recordings, audio conferencing, and video.
- Share content from the cloud or device: Share presentations, videos, images and other content stored in your library in the cloud; in the image library; or on the device drive* itself (*Android).
- Enhanced presentation controls and interactivity: In addition to existing presentation controls (presenting content, advancing slides, taking shared notes, running polls, etc.), hosts can now whiteboard with the tip of a finger, change layouts, and foster interaction with a range of emoticons.
[download_link link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.com.adobe.connectpro” variation=”hotpink” target=”blank”]Download Adobe Connect Mobile 2.0 (Google Play)[/download_link]
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