The new version of Voxeet is here, and it’s ready to redefine what “simple” means when it comes to group conferencing—and group chat. With a clean new design and a fresh batch of collaboration-friendly features, coupled with Voxeet’s already killer sound quality, 3.5 makes every call (even more) unbelievable immersive and refreshingly simple. Here’s how:
New look, even better sound: We’ve fixed bugs, boosted noise suppression, retooled our user experience and designed every last inch of our new version expressly for the latest smartphone and tablet designs, including the iPhone 6. It’s a shockingly clear, totally intuitive experience you’ll have…
The results are in. The Tabby Awards/Business competition, which recognizes best business and productivity apps for Android, iPad and Windows tablets, has announced its 2014 winners, and Voxeet is among them.
The folks at Tabby recognized our immersive, 3DHD-powered conferencing solution as the best Android tablet app in the collaboration category. Here’s just some of what the Tabby Awards/Business judges (an international panel of 20 independent judges) had to say about Voxeet:
“Straightforward, useful app.”
“UI is simple and clean.”
“The stereo functionality is truly brilliant – very impressive.”
“The call sound quality is great. ”
We’re in impressive company in the Android category—other winners include…
In five years, you might need an app more than your computer to do your job. A report by Strategy Analytics reveals that revenue associated with mobile workers using business apps on mobile devices is expected to nearly double by 2017.
But what are the best business apps available today? We’re pleased to announce that the industry continues to recognize Voxeet as one of them.
Earlier this week, our highly immersive, 3DHD conference calling was one of 75 tablet apps for SMBs and enterprises to be slated as a finalist in the 2014 Tabby Awards/Business, the only competition that recognizes the…
We’ve focused on meetings over the last couple of weeks—how many more we’re attending as teams grow increasingly distributed and collaborative, and how important it is to find the right strategies and tools to make them productive. But even as meetings remain an essential part of our workplace communications, they certainly aren’t the only way to collaborate. This week, I want to look at a broader suite of strategies that can bridge the geographic gaps between distributed team members and facilitate successful virtual communication.
While it’s far from the only collaboration tool distributed teams have at their disposal, nothing…
Of all the tools we use to collaborate, conference calls are, as I mentioned last week, one of the very best we have in terms of simulating in-person communication. If they’re well planned, well facilitated and well executed, regular conference calls can do wonders for your team’s communication, camaraderie and productivity. Here are a few tips for making the most of every minute.
Consider sound quality
Many a conference call has been rendered more or less useless—and thoroughly frustrating—due to poor call quality. As teams grow increasingly distributed, regular calls are often the only opportunity workers have to hear each other’s…