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Online Meeting Service Join.me Expands To Video, Still No Download Required
As anyone who has attended online meetings knows, traditional software with its clunky user interfaces and required software installations was in need of a change. That's why LogMeIn's online meeting service join.me has for some time now offered an advantage: you could quickly host or join online meetings for free, then chat and share screens without cumbersome software downloads.
Today, join.me is expanding that service to include free video conferencing.
The video conferencing feature was introduced into beta at the end of April, but today marks its official debut. During the test period, thousands of participants tried out the service, which can be used to host video-only calls, making it competitive with free services like Google Hangouts or Skype, for example. Plus, it can be used alongside online meetings and screen sharing sessions, which pits it against the other major video conferencing players today, like GoToMeeting, Fuze, WebEx, Blue Jeans, AnyMeeting and more.
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