Introducing Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro Mobile for iPhone

Great news, you can now attend Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro meetings using your iPhone or
iPod touch
.
We also anticipate iPad users will be able to take advantage of Connect Pro Mobile as well.
 

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Yesterday (2/24/10) Adobe announced the availability of the FREE Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro Mobile
application, which enables you to enjoy immediate access to meetings anytime, anywhere.
You can watch and listen to live presentations including real-time presenter
webcam video and screen sharing demonstrations. You can see who is in
the meeting at any given time, and collaborate with others using live
text chat. VoIP meeting audio will broadcast straight to your device
over a WiFi or 3G connection, or the meeting host may give you the
option to join a telephone conference call.

This application was developed using the Flash platform and the Packager for iPhone to publish it as a native iPhone application.
We will also be able to use the same code to deliver this application on other mobile devices when AIR for mobile devices becomes available later this year. 

Last week at Mobile World Congress, Adobe demonstrated Adobe Connect Pro on a number of devices, including Android. Click HERE for Flash Player 10.1 and AIR 2 mobile preview videos.

 

Click HERE to download the app from the iTunes store.

FEATURES:

Attend Connect Pro Meetings with integrated conference call or Voice
over IP audio. Let the meeting call you, and avoid entering cumbersome
dialing codes.

  • See who has joined the meeting, and their role (host, presenter, or attendee)

  • View presentations, PDF documents, videos, and screen sharing provided
    by the meeting organizer. Rotate, pan, and zoom to choose your personal
    ‘best view’ of shared content

  • View webcamera broadcasts from unlimited live camera feeds provided in the meeting

  • Participate in Chat conversations throughout the meeting.

  • Join meetings attended by users on virtually any computer system: Mac,
    Windows, Linux, and Solaris. Plus other mobile attendees on iPhone and
    iPod touch.

 

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About RJ Jacquez

My name is RJ Jacquez, Mobile Learning Analyst and Consultant, helping companies understand the potential of Mobile and make a successful transition from eLearning to mLearning in their organizations. Also a Mobile Learning Evangelist, Podcasting and Blogging the Mobile Learning Revolution as it happens. Before that, I worked for Adobe Systems and Macromedia as a Senior Evangelist. I'm honored to be among great company in the following lists and articles: 1) mLearning’s game changers: Who’s on your dream team? (http://t.co/7j5KoylW) 2) Top 25 Most Influential Bloggers in Technical Communications (http://bit.ly/a8ooZC) 3) Top 20 most influential tweeters in eLearning, training and HR (http://bit.ly/KCOjqf). 4) I was also mentioned in this article on Why Every Company Needs a Robert Scoble (infographic) for my work as an Adobe Evangelist (http://bit.ly/v0IMHs). Please follow me on Twitter @rjacquez
  • http://www.adelaidedance.com adelaide dancing

    nice, i like it a lot! locspoc

  • Jeff

    Android.. that’s where it’s at.

  • http://twitter.com/Lilybiri Lieve Weymeis

    Will have to wait, having an aversion for the ‘politics’ of Apple, turned to Android. And what about ConnectNow?

  • http://Sanasaryan.ru Anushik

    Очень интересно

  • Jong-Dae Park

    Is it possible to watch recorded presenter contents or videos using iphone?

  • RJ Jacquez

    Hi Jong-Dae, thank you for your comment and unfortunately, it is not possible to watch recorded Adobe Presenter content using the iPhone because of the lack of Flash on the device. However Adobe AIR and Adobe Flash are coming to other mobile devices later this year, which will be able to play this type of content. If you are interested, you can learn more about our partners, who are participating in the Open Screen Project initiative. http://bit.ly/dBjNEHThanks again,RJ Jacquez

  • Jong-Dae Park

    I wonder we can attend adobe connect meeting with android phones.Thanks.

  • RJ Jacquez

    Hi Jong-Dae, I think there’s something in the works for Android and I would imagine that once we deploy Flash and AIR on Android phones later this year, we will be able to also deliver a version of Connect Pro Mobile for Android.Thanks for your comment.RJ

  • Kimberley

    Great idea but the audio doesn’t work so I can’t hear my prof….worse there is no support on line for ideas.