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Be On Air - Corporate Client for Android

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Key Details of Be On Air - Corporate Client

  • Client app for iOS "BeOnAir Corporate" application. Conference system.
  • Last updated on 2/21/2024
  • There have been 6 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)

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Developer's Description

Client app for iOS "BeOnAir Corporate" application. Conference system.
BE ON AIR is a client designed to receive broadcasting of speaker's voice over local WiFi networks in real time from iOS "Be On Air Corporate" app. The audience should install application to their devices in order to connect and record the live audio stream. BE ON AIR makes it easy to conduct lectures, master classes, conferences and seminars without the need of any special audio equipment. The app is a powerful tool for tour guides, teachers and students, lecturers, priests or anyone in need of being heard by a large audience. Features: - Connects to the broadcast created by iOS Be On Air Corporate App. Be On Air Pro stream needs paid version of Client App.- Creating broadcasts currently available only for iOS version. Android is under development and coming soon.-The audience can ask the speaker questions via built-in text messaging service. -The audience can record the broadcast.-The speaker can turn off the audience's recording capability at any time as well as protect it with a password. -The app allows the users to upload previously recorded audio broadcasts to Dropbox. -BE ON AIR also has a built-in voting system. -Broadcasts are available to users with ANDROID and iOS smartphones and BE ON AIR app. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: - Android 4 or later.- Headset for speaker and headphones for listeners is a must. Enormous amount of noise and echo expected without ones.-WIFI Router should support and set enabled UDP and Multicast-Smartphone's built-in microphone may not deliver the best sound quality and may create noise. Consider using an external microphone or headset for online broadcasting. -Bluetooth headsets can create noticeable delay and often produce poor sound quality.Recent changes:Bug fixed, which prevented from discovering the stream.Content rating: Everyone

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