SAN FRANCISCO, April 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- UberConference today announced that its award winning teleconferencing service now supports screen sharing for real-time collaboration in both its Free and Pro versions. In addition to screen sharing, users can collaborate for greater productivity through UberConference integrations with Google Hangouts, Google Doc add-ons, as well as in-conference document sharing.
"Adding screen sharing to UberConference has been the single most requested feature from our users since day one. They were made to go together," said Craig Walker, co-founder and CEO of UberConference. "One of the beauties of our cloud-based platform is that we are able to upgrade every user and give this great screen sharing experience to everybody at no additional cost. Our goal is to make UberConference the best experience for any conference call, whether by phone, web or now screen sharing. Users no longer have to look elsewhere when wanting to collaborate and share their screens during meetings -- it can all be done in UberConference."
With its elegant, clean user experience (UX), UberConference is audio conferencing designed to be both powerful and simple to use, and can be deployed within a company in minutes, eliminating the unnecessary complexity associated with other services.
Facilitating a screen share is as easy as clicking the "Share" button in the bottom left corner of the UberConference dashboard in Google Chrome. Presenters without the UberConference extension will be prompted to install it the first time they screen share, also having the option to share their full screen or a specific tab. Viewers will be able to view the presenter's screen from any browser.
UberConference fixes all the broken and outdated aspects of traditional conference calling, making it a more productive business tool, and transforming an industry that hasn't seen real innovation in decades. UberConference gives a visual interface to every conference call so callers can know who's on a call and who's speaking at any time, in addition to making many other features, such as Google Hangouts integration, easy-to-use with the click of a button. Built by the teams that brought Google Voice and Yahoo! Voice to tens of millions of users, UberConference launched in 2012 and is funded by Andreessen Horowitz and Google Ventures. Learn more.