When it comes to remote communication, here’s not much iMeet can’t do. We’re talking super-solid connections for screen sharing and video conferencing with chat, where you can see and hear the Guests in your iMeet room.
Sound great? If you become a Premium user, you can have custom minute bundles, record your meetings, and dial-out to your Guests. The best part is that you’re not limited by your device: you’re able to view and host your meetings on a desktop, laptop, smartphone or tablet.
With iMeet, you can host your video conference on either Windows or Mac. You can do this by installing iMeet to your desktop, or through your unique iMeet URL from any browser of your choice. Our How to Set Up a Video Conference page should be your first port of call as it reveals how you can make every meeting successful.
To join a meeting, Guests can simply click on the URL provided in their invite, to enter your room. This will take them to the login page where they can enter their name and email or join with Facebook. We go into more detail on our What is Video Conferencing page.
Of course, underscoring all this is that your desktop or laptop will either need a webcam and microphone built in, or you’ll need to have them connected separately. That way, you can be seen and heard.
All your video conferencing needs can be satisfied with our iMeet app, which works on Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android operating systems. Whether you’re wanting to watch or hold a video meeting, again, it’s just a case of logging in and following the steps.
What makes tablets and smartphones ideal for this is that they nearly always have cameras and microphones built in, so there’s no need for extra bits and bobs and no additional set-up. Now for the part that really gets remote communication buffs worked up – you could do all this up a mountain if you want, you just need either Wi-Fi, a 3G or 4G signal.