join.me

join.me


*** NEW: Start an audio conference from your Android phone with one simple tap! ***
*** NEW: Talk to attendees using VoIP! ***


With the join.me mobile viewer you can join an online meeting no matter where you are. Download the app, and in seconds you can view someone’s screen and collaborate in real time, on your time, 100% Free.


HOW TO JOIN A MEETING


First, download the app. Now, you’re ready to join meetings from anywhere as long as you’re connected to the Internet by 3G* or Wi-Fi.


Next direct your colleagues or clients to https://join.me to start a meeting, web conference or ad-hoc collaboration.


They click the big “start meeting” button to share their screen and generate a secure nine-digit meeting code. You type the code into the join.me app and presto! You’re on the same page, even if you're thousands of miles away.


It really is that simple.


FEATURES
• View someone’s screen from your Android mobile phone or tablet
• Chat with participants (at once or individually)
• Talk to attendees using VoIP
• Zoom in and out of the shared screen
• See who’s attending
• View annotations made by others


* Roaming, data and other applicable operator or carrier charges/fees may apply.


REQUIREMENTS:
Optimized for Android 4.1 and higher.

Recent changes:
• Bug fixes
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About join.me
*** NEW: Start an audio conference from your Android phone with one simple tap! ***
*** NEW: Talk to attendees using VoIP! ***


With the join.me mobile viewer you can join an online meeting no matter where you are. Download the app, and in seconds you can view someone’s screen and collaborate in real time, on your time, 100% Free.


HOW TO JOIN A MEETING


First, download the app. Now, you’re ready to join meetings from anywhere as long as you’re connected to the Internet by 3G* or Wi-Fi.


Next direct your colleagues or clients to https://join.me to start a meeting, web conference or ad-hoc collaboration.


They click the big “start meeting” button to share their screen and generate a secure nine-digit meeting code. You type the code into the join.me app and presto! You’re on the same page, even if you're thousands of miles away.


It really is that simple.


FEATURES
• View someone’s screen from your Android mobile phone or tablet
• Chat with participants (at once or individually)
• Talk to attendees using VoIP
• Zoom in and out of the shared screen
• See who’s attending
• View annotations made by others


* Roaming, data and other applicable operator or carrier charges/fees may apply.


REQUIREMENTS:
Optimized for Android 4.1 and higher.

Recent changes:
• Bug fixes

User reviews of join.me
Works perfectly on EVO 4G 2.2
May 24, 2011
Amazing app and really handy, however with SwiftyKey on my SGS I'm unable to enter more than 3 digits of the code before it starts entering random numbers stopping me from connecting. Have to switch to default keyboard as even copy/paste fails
Feb 23, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
4 days ago
Great Screen Sharing App This is a great app for screen sharing and webinars. I use the laptop version all the time for webinars, and I love it. The only bad side to this app is the fact that it is a very limited capability app. You cannot run a webinar from your tablet or phone. You are only able to view for the Android version. And if you start a session from the Android Tablet version, it is an audio only session. With all of the WiFi and 4G LTE enabled tablets, with high resolution cameras, you would think tht you could run a full meeting from the tablet version of the Android app. We can only hope that the developers read this and fix that issue. DRHow2
A Google User
5 days ago
cool love it so much
A Google User
Mar 22, 2015
Crashes every 5 minutes.
A Google User
Mar 21, 2015
Awesome
A Google User
Mar 20, 2015
Timestamp Should have an option to timestamp chats and recall history