Connect Pro Mobile available on the iPhone and iPod touch

Today, Adobe announces the availability of Connect Pro Mobile, an application for its enterprise Web conferencing solution Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro. Connect Pro Mobile was built using Flash Professional CS5 beta and published as a native iPhone application — the very first Adobe-authored application that uses the Packager for iPhone technology. With this release, Connect Pro Mobile offers users mobile access via an iPhone or iPod touch to rich communications including collaborative meetings, training sessions and Web seminars.

With Connect Pro Mobile, participants can watch and listen to live presentations including real-time meeting webcam video and screen sharing demonstrations. Mobile users 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 iPhone or iPod touch devices over a WiFi or 3G connection. Meeting hosts also have the ability to give participants the option to join a telephone conference call , and even opt to have the conference dial out to the mobile user, eliminating the need to enter complex dialing codes. The application enables users to participate in Connect Pro conferences regardless of whether the solution has been deployed as an Adobe hosted service, as an on-premise customer implementation or as a managed service.

To learn more about Connect Pro Mobile visit:

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    March 03, 2010

    Bettieclaire writes:

    Thanks for the distribution of the Pro Mobile available on the iPhone and iPod touch.thanks for the useful info like this………..

    Cost Approved

    October 15, 2010

    Roland Förster writes:

    this is a very nice app for the iPhone, what about the iPad, can we expect a special iPad app?

    Regards, Roland

    January 19, 2011

    Walter Davis writes:


    I would also like to know if a new app is in development or is there app better suited for the iPad due to size?

    Also can we expect a new app that can make us of all the pods and not just the Camera, Share and Chat Pods?

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