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GoToMeeting (previous version)
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Business||126.96.36.1995||June 19, 2017||3.41|
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Version 188.8.131.525 released on June 19, 2017
Various bug fixes and improvements.
Version 184.108.40.2062 released on June 10, 2016
- 3D Touch: Added a quick action to start an ad hoc meeting from the app icon. - Support for IPv6
Version 220.127.116.114 released on July 18, 2016
- Joining a meeting got easier. We will now suggest meetings you've previously joined when you manually enter a meeting name to join a meeting. - Minor bug fixes and performance improvements
Version 18.104.22.1688 released on July 21, 2016
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A new version of GoToMeeting is now available in the App Store. Update now to get the latest features and upgrades. Meet where you want with GoToMeeting on your mobile device. Join, host or schedule* a GoToMeeting session from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. FEATURES • Participate in video conferencing with up to 6 shared webcams (HDFaces). • View the presenter’s screen, whether they’re sharing presentations, design mockups or spreadsheets. • Present your documents from the cloud. GoToMeeting integrates with most file-sharing apps, including ShareFile, Dropbox and Box (iPad only). • Brainstorm together using the on-screen highlighter and whiteboard (iPad only). • See your meeting schedule and join with a single tap. You can even start your meeting with one tap and then seamlessly transfer the session to your Mac (or vice versa). *To host or schedule a GoToMeeting session, a paid account is required. Joining a GoToMeeting session as a participant is free and does not require an account.
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