WebEx Stories June 13

With more employers transitioning to hybrid work comes more ways to stay connected while on the go. Today, Webex announced its new feature, Move to Mobile, for Apple CarPlay.

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WebEx Stories March 11

In October last year, Cisco announced its new Webex app for the iPad with Picture in Picture support, Center Stage, and more. Now, the company is bringing Picture in Picture support to another of its apps, Webex Meetings.

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WebEx Stories October 26, 2021

Cisco is introducing an all-new Webex app for iPad. According to the company, it delivers “the ultimate productivity experience with the familiarity of iPadOS.”

This version of Webex supports native features of iPadOS like Split View for multitasking, Center Stage, which automatically pans the camera to keep users in view, and Picture-in-Picture for video conferencing, so users can multitask while in meetings.

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WebEx Stories May 29, 2013

Tempo smart calendar app for iPhone updated with support for 20 new conference calling services

Tempo, the smart calendar app that launched earlier this year, was updated today with dial-in support for the twenty most popular conference call providers. The complete list of new services includes AccuTalk.net, AdConferencing, AnyMeeting, Calliflower, Free Audio Conferencing, Free Conference Calling,  Free Conference USA, FreeConference, FreeConferenceCall.com, Fuze, GlobalMeet, GoToMeeting, join.me, Powwownow, Rondee, TalkShoe, Totally Free Conference Calls, UberConference, Wiggio, and WebEx.

The update is live now in the App Store and is free for new and existing users.

WebEx Stories May 25, 2012

iPad claims another victim: Cisco kills Cius Android tablet due to BYOD (read: i-P-a-d)

From 9to5Google: Cisco is killing off its Android-based Cius business tablet less than a year after launching due to the “BYOD trend.” Translation: iPad:

There’s no denying iOS devices and cheaper Android solutions are taking the place of Cius. Recent studies show Apple with 97 percent of tablets in the enterprise, while 94 percent of the Fortune 500 arecurrently testing or deploying iPad. The result is no further investment in the Cius tablet line and only limited support for what is currently available. The company will instead “double down” on Jabber and WebEx

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