Have I mentioned lately how much I love Nokia Beta Labs? Their latest experiment is called Easy Meet, which allows you to collaborate with peers on the web or mobile without needing to download any software whatsoever. You can set up the meeting right on your phone and shoot out invites via SMS or e-mail, and the meeting itself allows for both text, voice and graphics to be used. As cool as that all is, I think it’s astounding that no extra software is needed – is the web interface really that workable on mobile? You can do a lot with web apps on desktop computers, but this sounds very ambitious for mobile browsers. Here’s the full feature set as of release:
- File Sharing, supporting PPT, JPEG and PNG
- Meeting Minutes
- File Downloads
- Participant Awareness
- Remote Content Access (OVI Files).
- One click to join a conference, including voice conference
Awesome stuff, all in all. Go to easymeet.nokia.com on either mobile or computer to give it a shot.
[via Nokia Beta Labs]