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UberConference Takes Its Pain-Free Conference Calling Solution Mobile With Debut Of iOS And Android Apps
UberConference, the online, visual conference calling solution (and TechCrunch Disrupt NYC 2012 winner), is today expanding its service to mobile with the introduction of applications for both iOS and Android. The new apps will primarily offer users a way to start a conference directly from their phone.
UberConference launches iOS & Android apps to help you conference better on the go
Inventive conference call service UberConference, from the inventor of Google Voice, has launched new apps for iOS and Android, a move that will make conference call experiences better even if you’re a highly mobile worker.
UberConference adopts WebRTC, enabling conference calls directly from your Chrome browser
UberConference, the conference call service, has just adopted the WebRTC standard, creating another way for users to make phone calls - this time right from the Google Chrome browser. Now you don't need to worry about installing or using a separate service.
Visual Conference Calling For Enterprise, Offers Easy Deployment Through Google Apps
UberConference, the online conferencing calling solution (and TechCrunch Disrupt NYC 2012 winner), today launched a version of its service designed for enterprise customers, and other larger organizations. Called UberConference Business, this upgraded plan essentially offers all the premium features from the company's $10/month "Pro" version, while also adding admin tools and management features, as well as dedicated support.
UberConference heads to the enterprise to make conference calls less awful
Firespotter Labs has introduced a new enterprise-class version of its UberConference software, a visual reinvention of conference calling from the creator of Google Voice. UberConference won the top prize at TechCrunch Disrupt New York in May because the premise of "reinventing the conference call" is attractive and the software is polished and smart.
How to Make Conference Calls Fun (Sort of)
Teleconferences can be a drag. You have to wait on hold until everyone dials in, there are the awkward intros ("Who else is here?"), and the problem that if you don't know the attendants well enough to discern their voices, you have no idea who's talking. ÜberConference, which won TechCrunch Disrupt NYC 2012, aims to solve those problems.
No More Crappy Conference Calls: ÜberConference Launches For All, Adds Pro Features
In a matter of days, the team from Firespotter Labs, makers of conference calling solution UberConference, will be on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2012, handing off the trophy for their Disrupt NYC 2012 win to another new startup. But today, ÜberConference has news of its own. The company is now exiting its closed beta and is launching a Pro version.
ÜberConference Maker Firespotter Snags $15 Million Led by Andreessen Horowitz
Firespotter Labs, which was founded by Craig Walker of GrandCentral and incubated at Google Ventures, has received a $15 million Series B round led by Andreessen Horowitz, with Blake Krikorian joining its board.
The Winner Of The Third Annual TechCrunch Disrupt NYC
It’s been a whirlwind couple of days here in New York, as our expert judges watched earnest startups pitch their hearts out onstage at the third annual TechCrunch Disrupt NY. Thirty startups presented in the first two days, to be whittled down to six after much judge deliberation and founder bated breath: gTar, OpenGarden, ÜberConference, Ark, Babelverse and Sunglass.
Inventor of Google Voice now reinventing conference calls
Craig Walker, the inventor of both Google Voice and DialPad, is now reinventing conference calls with his latest venture, ÜberConference. Teleconferences notoriously suck, but ÜberConference thinks it’s fixed that, claiming to have created “the best conference calling service ever.”