I found join.me a couple of weeks ago, and was immediately impressed with its mobility, options, storage size and price.
- Host webinars for 250 attendees from your computer and mobile devices.
- You can take your conference on the go with iPad presenting, including hosting audio conferences via your iPhone.
- The first join.me webinar I attended was via my Samsung tablet and it worked perfectly, including no buffering or freezing.
- You can swap presenter role from one person to another.
- The pro account lets you record and store 100 gigs worth of webinar videos to share after the webinar is over.
- For the price, it's a great option. Join.me pitches their prices at $19/month but since you have to pay annually, you might as well says it's $228/year.
eMaze: Countless professional presenters, government and non-profit organizations, big business and high tech companies, all still use PowerPoint to make their presentations (including me, until now!), but I think apps such as eMaze (image, below) are the future of online and in-person presentations. eMaze is ridiculously easy to use, empowers you to design and draft with copy & paste/drag&drop functionality, allows you to drop in text, images, websites, YouTube videos and more, directly into their already great looking templates.
eMaze ranges from free to one of three packages, prices at $4.89/month, $13.25/month and $14.91/month. Again, since you have to pay annually, let's just say it's $58.68, $159 & $178.92 per year. Either way, the lowest package (2 Gigs storage, private presentations, etc) does what I need it to do. I'll surely be using eMaze a lot this year.
Screencastify (a Chrome plugin): Screencastify is such a fun find for any entrepreneur who wants to get their feet wet presenting, sans audience. Create a lesson or presentation that doesn't require a live audience feedback with Screencastify. This app lets you record your audio and your screen - browser tabs, desktop - and share it with your audience, including video of you in a little picture-in-picture box at bottom. Videos are stored on Google drive or locally.
Obviously Google-friendly, super professional and completely free - unless you want the paid version, in which case it's all of 20€. Nice.