Adobe might have had to bow out of the video playback game on Android when Flash failed to catch on, but the company has some other products you might be interested in. Adobe Connect is a service that manages virtual meetings on computers and mobile devices. The app has been lagging behind the competition in the features department for a while now, but the new 2.0 update adds plenty of business-centric goodies.
Adobe Connect allows you to join and initiate meetings wherein you can share PowerPoints, text documents, PDFs, or videos. On mobile devices, you can also share the video stream from the front or rear cameras to the other virtual meeting attendees.
Do you or your company use WebEx for online meetings? While Cisco, the company behind WebEx, has offered native iOS and Blackberry apps for a while, Android users have been feeling left out. That is, until today, because Cisco just quietly dropped the WebEx Meetings app into the Market.
The app is free and allows you to join WebEx sessions in full-screen using free VoIP, a call-in number, or a callback to your phone. You can also access documents, apps and even participate in screen-sharing with live annotations. The app is multi-touch-enabled for quicker navigation, which I can say I definitely appreciate after trying to use some remote apps accessing large desktop screens without multi-touch support.