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If you're not using this, you're nuts
I am still in shock that this app exists and what I am able to do with this, and I have no idea how it works. This is BETTER than webex or goto, because I can run web meetings from my iPad, and I have the ability to zoom in and out, and laser point on the screen. And it's FREE?!?!?! I haven't tried the voice chat, because I've just used my phone or Skype. I only run meetings with one or two others at a time. I tested it out using my web browser on my laptop and iPad, and it works incredibly well. The interface on the web browser looks sharp and when you enter full screen mode, it just looks beautiful. It is also very responsive (the laser point has a little lag, understandably). This has changed my business and made me much more efficient. I cannot thank you enough for developing this, please keep up the good work!!!
bryanbuff on Nov 21, 2010 for Fuze for iPad
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Great conference app
I used this app originally on my Moto Droid, but found the small screen rather limiting. With the iPad's larger screen, I feel like I have more freedom to take advantage of all the features. Great app, great support, I can not wait to see what they add in future updates.
Megapenguinx on Oct 6, 2010 for Fuze for iPad
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To counter the one star from the "developer"
To all the "developers" that paid $5 or $10 bucks to register their UDID so they can run beta OS's vs. actually develop, don't rain on a real developers parade. Enjoy the beta features, tell all your friends your cool, and just wait till it's not beta, then voice your opinion. (just the list of features makes me drool!)
jadainsa on Oct 6, 2010 for Fuze for iPad
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Pretty cool
This app is amazing. Make certain you preload your iPad content before the meeting.... Otherwise, very stable, very easy, very nice.
Manny J on Oct 6, 2010 for Fuze for iPad
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I heard it on MacBreak Weekly - There U Go Leo!!! Get Me On The Show
I'm am a faithful Apple/Mac/iPhone/iPad/iSpaceship/iEtc. user. I subscribe to tons of podcasts about Apple & Mac, and fancy myself an educated novice of Information Technology. Anyway, enough about my habits, I believe I first heard about Fuze on MacBreak Weekly with Leo Laporte, Andy (I need to learn how to spell your last name) Inotco, and Crew...Leo had mentioned how there was not yet an app for Fuze and then must have proceeded in the following week(s) to wield his incredible influence & power over 'said' developers and App reviewers to get the puppy through! Yay Leo! I want in - roving reporter, savvvy new tech tester/reviewer, or grunt - I'm in!!! Please Note : I used this space to simply indulge myself in an attempt to reach out and find a way to get me and my family out of this cornfield.....So if you need or want or simply fancy a fun-loving, super-swell, idea-man, then 'Ping' me...ha..ping..like that works well....ping.....he said Ping...
honest_pod on Oct 5, 2010 for Fuze for iPad
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I'm finally out of Webex Jail!!
This is the second review I've written for over 50 iPad apps I own. The other is for a really cool game called Plazm. This is a VERY COOL application for business that has changed the way I can hold meetings outside the office. Some background - I hold lots of client content reviews and have struggled with Webex for quite some time. I won't get into all the specifics, but sharing applications is difficult and cumbersome, and I get complaints of delays when I draw whiteboards. Setting up meetings requires dozens of fields of input, so I end up putting this process off until right before the meeting so I can do a "one-click" meeting. Anyway, Fuze Meeting appears to have been developed with all of these shortcomings in mind. It is slick, elegant and provides layers of functionality, so that at a basic level it is brain-dead simple to schedule, run and share meetings. The interface is very simple to use. I use DocsToGo, Drop Box and SugarSync on my iPad and now I'm able to share and annotate all Office docs anywhere on my network or cloud through Fuze Meeting HD. And I can use a wide range of simple iPad whiteboard apps to draw out concepts. I'm a fan.
Corstr on Oct 14, 2010 for Fuze for iPad
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