SimpleSignal Puts Video Conferencing on iOS and Android Devices
The service works across mobile, desktop and telepresence/video-enabled devices via WiFi or 3G/4G.
By TechDecisions

Why be tethered because of meetings? Video conferencing allows users to check in from anywhere, even on the go. SimpleSignal is putting some that connectivity on a few very familiar, very popular devices.

The cloud-based provider just launched a new mobile video communications and conferencing application designed to work with mobile, desktop and telepresence/video-enabled devices. That means that the service works with the iPad and iPhone, as well as many of your favorite Android devices. Even better, it works over WiFi and/or a 3G/4G network. The new app puts enterprise video communication to every mobile end point in the enterprise.

Some of the features include:

  • One number for everything, including text/SMS
  • Instant video phone calls without a bridge
  • Multi-point video conferencing
  • Four-digit dialing between extensions
  • Swap calls between mobile and desktop phones
  • Call recording

“This is a killer app for the way businesses are being built in today’s economy. No longer is business about a specific location,” said Dave Gilbert, CEO of SimpleSignal. “Companies are being built virtually with no limitations on geographic location. It’s now really more about unifying your network. Adding iPads, iPhones and Android devices through this new mobile video application is the final piece in the puzzle to doing just that.”



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