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Introducing the new ReadyTalk Mobile for iPad participants

Posted by Brandon Hess on
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ReadyTalk is excited to announce the availability of  ReadyTalk Mobile app  for Apple iPad, now available for free download on the App Store.

With the release of ReadyTalk Mobile, your audience can quickly and easily join and fully participate in your webinar, training session or online meeting directly from their Apple iPad, allowing you to engage your audience on the go and allowing meeting participation to be truly remote.

ReadyTalk Mobile for iPad Screenshot

Participants will be able to:


  • Attend an online meeting, webinar or training session on the go – at no cost to the chairperson or the participant.

  • Join meetings quickly by email invitation or entering the chairperson’s access code.

  • View everything the presenter shares, including slides, applications, annotations and video clips.

  • Interact with the presenter via live text chat.

  • Respond to poll questions and view real-time results.

  • Listen to integrated one-way audio* on the iPad or join via phone.

  • Pinch-to-zoom for a closer look at the presented content.

  • Swap between portrait and landscape screen orientation.

  • Multi-task without missing a beat with notification alerts.


To learn more about this exciting release, head to our ReadyTalk Mobile for iPad section.   Want to get started participating in meetings immediately?  Download ReadyTalk Mobile for iPad from the App Store right now.

 

Brandon Hess works at ReadyTalk as a Product Marketing Manager.  Starting his initial career as a web designer, Brandon eventually decided that the web could design itself just fine and that his true interest was in marketing. Following his passion through the agency, startup and newspaper industries, he eventually found his way home inside the wonderful walls of ReadyTalk.  In his free time, he enjoys debating why Lord of the Rings is superior to Harry Potter, collecting all things Batman and answering questions about his height (6'8" by the way).


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