Fuze Box has announced its Fuze Meeting software, designed for tablets, that brings virtual conferencing to Android. Fuze Meeting already exists for Android phones, as well as Apple and BlackBerry devices and the desktop, but the latest version has been optimized for use on the Galaxy Tab's 1024x600 screen.
Fuze Meeting is not just a chat application. It's an invitation-only virtual meeting, that allows users of the software to participate real time -- including sharing content from the Tablet itself. Desktop hosts can also share their workspace with attendees, and support for hosting and desktop sharing from Tablet devices is said to be coming next year. To top it all off, VOIP software is included on the Android application so CDMA phones can share data and voice with attendees. Fuze Meeting is a free application, but hosting meetings requires a subscription. You can read about pricing information here.
It's refreshing to see Tab specific content and applications geared to the business user so quickly, and if Fuze Meeting performs as well as expected, it's something to check out. You can download Fuze Meeting for Android (including the tablet version) from Fuze (redirects to the Android Market based on your device), and we have the full press release after the break.
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