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Attend meetings, webinars, and virtual classrooms with Adobe Connect. View, participate, and even host online meetings. (Hosting meetings requires an Adobe Connect account)

Note: This application cannot be used to view native Adobe Connect recordings. Adobe Connect recordings should be converted to MP4 video by the meeting owner before being viewed on mobile devices.

This Adobe Connect application brings all critical meeting capabilities from the desktop to your mobile device, enabling you to attend or even host meetings directly from your iPhone or iPad.

Launch and manage meetings - controlling attendee rights, recording, audio conferencing, and layouts. Share PowerPoint® presentations, PFD documents, and even video from your online library. Use your iPad to smoothly whiteboard and annotate directly on content. Participate in multi-point video conferencing using your device’s cameras. View the whole meeting, or zoom in to see content, chat, ask questions using Q&A, and respond to polls. Use VoIP meeting audio or chose to join a telephone conference if included with the meeting.

FEATURES for all iOS devices:
• Start and end meetings
• Start, stop, and manage meeting audio conferencing
• Accept or deny guests from entering meetings
• Promote or demote user’s roles
• Broadcast cameras and microphones (VoIP)
• Share content from Adobe Connect cloud-based content library
• Control playback of slides and animations
• Play video files
• View and edit Notes
• Participate in Chat, Polls, and Q&A
• Use emoticons: Raise Hand, Agree / Disagree
• Participate in breakout rooms
• View and participate with ‘custom pod’ applications

Additional features for iPads:
• Invite others to the meeting
• Start, pause, and stop recordings
• Enable Web Camera rights for all participants
• Switch between layouts in the meeting room
• Share content from local device photo library
• Use drawing tools to whiteboard or markup/annotate content


Requirements: iOS 8.1.2 or higher.
Devices supported: iPod touch (5th generation), iPhone 5 or higher, iPad 2 or higher, iPad mini or higher.
Requires WiFi or a standard 3G/4G connection.

What’s New

Version 2.7.0

Added support for Microsoft Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) single sign-on (SSO)
Improved synchronization between voice and camera video
Fixed issue with Q&A pod covering MP4 video
Improved compatibility with iOS 12

Ratings and Reviews

2.9 out of 5
3K Ratings

3K Ratings

Arcobra ,

OK - Some frustration

It’s a little clunky. One key challenge is when you are using the chat feature. You enter your text, hit enter and it shifts focus to another area. Doesn’t seem to make sense that focus should move away from the user data entry field for chat. Very frustrating since I think I am typing to send a message and it turns out the focus is not in the chat field. Also, it would be handy to shift some of the items like user info to a pop up from the bottom that would provide more screen real estate for the session.

tokyokps ,

Zero updates during pandemic!?!?

With schools stubbornly relying on Adobe Connect as the primary distance learning platform, the fact that this app has gotten zero updates for the duration of the pandemic is criminal.

When apps like zoom and meet are releasing updates at a furious pace to add features to meet the demands of this moment, kids on iPads using Adobe connect can’t even view two videos live at the same time. The poor audio/video quality (10fps best), the clunky 1990’s user interface, and again, not being able to see more than one tile live at the same time (and needing to manually tap other tiles to see other speakers live) are just a few of the reasons this app deserves no stars. These are all table stakes features that literally any other video platform on the market easily covers.

Yes Adobe has made incredibly modest improvements to the desktop app, but they must know children frequently must use mobile devices as a more durable, portable, cheaper, and easier to use alternative to their parents laptops. That they would continue taking money from school systems during the pandemic and leave this app and the students who rely on it to waste is unconscionable.

Rhendoskeeg ,

Does not function properly at all

Watching webinar recordings on playback is not supported on the app. But even watching on a desktop is frustrating because whenever you pause the video, pressing start again causes a 3 second delay, so you miss what the person was saying for that amount of time. And since there is no 10 or 30 second rewind or fast forward option, you end of sliding the time bar too far behind or too far forward, which is extremely time consuming and having to keep relistening to what you already heard, or fiddling with it to find your space again. For me to take notes on an hour long webinar, it ends up taking like 3 hours just because of this tedious process. So what i started doing is recording the voice on my phone’s voice memo, so that way I can pause, rewind, fast forward with ease.
But how silly is that?! Adobe needs to get their act together and create a fully functional webinar software!!

App Privacy

The developer, Adobe Inc., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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