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TrueConf for iOS: New Design and Background Mode
TrueConf has released three major videoconferencing application updates for iOS devices in last 12 months: a new interface design, enhanced sound and video, background mode support, and the ability to display up to nine conference members on one screen of your iOS device.
TrueConf is actively involved in the support and improvement of applications for video conferencing on iOS. In the last round of improvements, a range of new features were realized. A core improvement was the interface, which has been designed in latest iOS style and which makes interaction with the application easier and more user-friendly.
Support for background mode on iOS means that TrueConf users will be notified of calls, messages or invitations to group conferences even if the app is not active. If you do miss a call, an alert will appear on the lock screen and in your TrueConf notification center.
The ability to display up to nine conference participants on one screen is useful for conducting large-scale group video conferences. Updated chat with extended emoticons support, styles and additional symbols will make your messages more expressive
Because of new codec support in TrueConf for iOS, audio/video capture and playback have been improved. Now, all devices, starting from iPhone 5s, iPad Air and iPad mini Retina have a 64-bit compatible version of the TrueConf application with improved performance.
"Disregarding the rise in Android devices, mobile solutions in the business segment on iOS remain in demand," says Michael Gotalsky, TrueConf CEO. "Our work on launching new features and interface improvements during the last year resulted in a qualitative development of an application. Consistent enhancement is an integral part in the evolution of all our solutions. We expect that our updated TrueConf for iOS will be appreciated by iPhone and iPad users."
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