Didn't really like using this on my Android phone, too much bouncing around from Video to whiteboard to Chat. Should be easier to use by swiping back and forth. Can't download to my Amazon Fire Tablet either, no application. Only really good for computers.
I can only stream the video, use the chat and activate video and audio. the other features don't show up on my phone. I'm using Samsung J3
Very susceptible to connection breaks and on top of that does not let you rejoin with error access token is already in use. Also, lot of audio breaks.
Not sure where in the tech trajectory the glitches originated (presenter mic, this app or my head phones) but I'm going with door #2. The visual was fine, with seamless YouTube integration. Presenter had couple slides, I think chose not to do visual/video stream. Leaves me with audio and chat. Chat was fine as well. (** Side note, skip to closing parentheses for rest of review ** I'm putting it out there officially here, we need to practice some common sense etiquette for webinar chat. My vote: Same rule as texting. I always say I don't text (try not to) anything I wouldn't say to your face. Don't type anything into a chat box in a webinar attended by 20 or more ppl that you wouldn't raise your hand and say at a live presentation or event. I include myself here, I think it's very tempting to type and get attention, forgetting there are 59 other invisible but real people who politely don't want to hear/read every thought that crosses your mind. Add to that the ability to chat with other attendees, and it's way too noisy and distracting. Just picture a live event, and use restraint, which most folks do, but I'm asking people to be aware and intentional about this. And presenters should lead the way and be clear how they want the chat feature used as well. Keeping in mind, I am there to learn, and so far my brain hasn't evolved to where I can learn effectively and process info that way, with both input and output fully active. Maybe just me, or maybe I'm wrong. Just my two cents, end of side note.) Anyway, this app missed the mark in the only area that mattered which was audio. Again not sure what issue was but audio cut in and out several different times, had to fiddle around trying to figure a fix and turned out (and here chat WAS handy) i could fix by logging in and out. Did that at least 4 times, missed maybe 60% of talk. And that's ridiculous. Back to work devs.
App sound suddenly stopped halfway through a paid webinar.. missed 20 minutes of the lesson and relogged in using laptop.
I'm impressed with the app, however I think there's a room for improvement (I experienced sound breaks), but overall this is quite a good app.
Bug fixes and stability improvements.
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