I do a lot on mobile devices and it is hard when files and resouces cannot be accessed rigth then and there and I have to wait for them to be emailed to me. Its ok if you are watching a presentation, but it looks outdated, layout not too great especially if you are trying to watch and type in chat at same time. Lot of inconveniences and often connection and technical difficulties. Also it does not work with all devices and interfaces.
The worst tele/videoconferencing app that I've tried on Android. It looks like they took a 1990s web or desktop interface and slapped it into the screen. On a phone or even 7" tablet, much of the UI is too small to use or read. Sound is also shaky. Use anything else—Hangouts, WebEx, Skype, whatever—they all have issues, but aren't this kind of awful.
*Good: - Works good with mobile Internet *Bad: - has problems with several mics which are working good in skype etc. *Very Bad: - probably roasted my phones mainboard: My phone started crashing from time to time (just when I used Adobe Connect), couldn't boot it afer this and had to wait for a while. Then one day it crashed again and I wasn't able to boot it (tried it for one week). Sent my phone back and got it repaired. Now I will see if this happens again.
Putting wars against competitors above user experience does not seem to be a wise way of doing business. Maybe I wont be able to post this review if Flash 10 is required.
Terrible app, simply does not work. I can only get audio on Android, when I can see accompanying video on iOS. None of the side icons work.
There is so many bad things about the whole Adobe connect (not limited android) using it is like traveling back in time and not in the "everything was better back in the day" way. I hope that my school quit using it soon... For example you can't view recorded meetings on Android (works on windows and should work on Android to)
New tunneled connection indicator. A new icon in the sidebar alerts users who have connected over an HTTP tunnel, potentially resulting in video quality degradation.
Better compatibility with upcoming changes to H.264 streams.
Multiple bug fixes.