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Instant Free Screen-Sharing for Macs and PCs with Screenleap

Instant Free Screen-Sharing for Macs and PCs with Screenleap | ICT Resources for Teachers | Scoop.it

Robin Good: Thanks to Nick Peachey for uncovering this simple and effective free scree-sharing solution that works seamlessly across PCs and Macs.

 

Key features:

Two-click instant screen sharing for first time users One-click instant screen sharing for visitors who have previously granted permission to our applet No accounts required No application install to view a screen Works on any connected mobile or tablet device with a browser The basic version is Free, and always will be

 

Screenleap works by using Java and by providing you with a unique URL which you then send or share with your invitees. As soon as they go that URL they start seeing your screen.

 

"With Screenleap, there’s nothing to install, provided Java is already present on the host’s computer, and sessions can be viewed from any device with a browser, including smartphones and tablets." (Source: http://blog.screenleap.com/)

 

Visual tutorial on how it works: http://www.screenleap.com/learn ;

 

Try it out now: http://www.screenleap.com/ ;


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Screen-Share With Anyone Instantly with 321Meet

Screen-Share With Anyone Instantly with 321Meet | ICT Resources for Teachers | Scoop.it

Robin Good: 321Meet is a new web-based service which allows anyone with a computer to easily share the screen with anyone else connected to the Internet without the need to install or download anything.

The service is very simple to use. You only need to input your name, email and preferred password and you are ready to go.

321Meet utilizes a Java-based applet which automatically loads in the background without ever requiring any installation or download on the part of the user.

In a 321Meet event the meeting host can decide at any point to share his desktop or a specific applicaton or to let any of the participants share their screen in his place. Alternatively, any of the participants can "share" his own webcam video with everyone else.

 

Free to use. Ad-supported.

Upcoming Plus and Pro versions will offer an ad-free experience, multiple private rooms, a branded start page, password protection, extra security and more. 

Find out more: http://www.321meet.com/ 


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