I’ve been using UberConference ever since they showed their stuff and won TechCrunch Disrupt 2012.
With this new mobile app (available both on iOS and Android), callers can see who’s talking at any moment and take advantage of the integrated social features to learn more about the people in the call. Clicking on the participant’s image allows them to see public data from participant’s Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Google+ profiles.
These days we’re all on the go and people aren’t necessarily in an office when dialing into a teleconference,” said Craig Walker, CEO and co-founder of Firespotter Labs. “The necessity of calling from airports, coffee shops and the backseats of taxicabs makes it all the more critical that people be able to quickly access powerful call management features such as adding people to the call on the fly, muting, earmuffs, or turning call recording on and off with the touch of a button. UberConference brings conference calling out of the dark ages and gives people the ease and convenience we’ve all come to expect from our favorite apps.
Maintaining the light-hearted and fun nature of the organization, here is a QVC-style spoof video the UberConference team made to kick off their mobile app launch.