Voxeet Conferencing

Voxeet Conferencing

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  • Last update
    Apr 2, 2014


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Voxeet is group conferencing, redefined.

Built from the ground up for mobile users, Voxeet is redefining conference calling with exceptionally clear 3DHD audio, an intuitive interface and one-click transfers between devices. With Voxeet, you hear every word and always know who’s talking—all without dial-in numbers or PINs. With its straightforward setup and unparalleled sound quality, Voxeet makes it easy to connect through conferencing on any device, anywhere. The experience:
• 3DHD Sound: Hear every word with audio so clear and natural, it feels like being in the same room
• Accurate Speaker Recognition: Always know who's talking with unique avatars—and individual audio streams—for each caller
• Seamless Mobility: Get consistent quality on any device, anywhere with the first conferencing app designed for mobile users

The features:
• Personalize your virtual conference room with an intuitive, customizable interface
• Start a new conference call from any device with one simple click—no dial-in numbers or PINs necessary
• Let Voxeet set up your meeting, notify your participants and call everyone—including you—at the scheduled time
• Transfer live calls from your computer to your smartphone in a single click
• Have private two-way conversations during your call without disrupting other participants
• Leave select conferences on all day as open channels or virtual rooms for ad hoc meetings
• Switch from a low-quality IP connection to a local phone line with one click
• Import contacts from your smartphone address book, email or Facebook
• Connect from your Mac, PC, smartphone or tablet or dial in for free from over 40 countries
• Use Voxeet on WIFI, 3G/4G and LTE networks

Don't forget to wear your headset—it’s how Voxeet is designed to work best.

As featured in TechCrunch, VentureBeat, Forbes, AddictiveTips, The Guardian, TUAW, InformationWeek, Inc., BetaKit, PC Magazine and PCWorld.