After releasing its mobile applications for the iPhone and BlackBerry users, online collaboration solutions provider Fuze Box is “going Android” with the Fuze Meeting app. Using the new application, users can collaborate on various forms of content including videos and office documents, all while on the go.
In a nutshell, Fuze Meeting for Android’s features include:
- View desktop sharing – view meeting participants’ desktops, files and presentations in real-time, while synced with the meeting presenter.
- Actively participate in media collaboration – attendees are able to watch and listen to high-quality video and audio — start, stop and pause with the same level of functionality as meeting hosts have.
- Contribute content with presenter functionality – an Android attendee can be set as a presenter, so he can share video or image files by uploading directly from their device.
And that’s about it. To grab Fuze Meeting for your smartphone, search it in your device’s app store — i.e. Android Market (or Apple AppStore, or BlackBerry App World).
And before I let you go, I’m eager to see what or whether Apple can contribute to this “mobile meeting” space now that the iPhone 4 has a camera on it. I would imagine a cool interface, though not that many features since the iOS lacks a proper file system (until it get’s jailbroken, that is).