Check the release notes on our website for changelogs and important information about this app: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/conferencing/cisco-meeting-app/products-release-notes-list.html
Meet over audio, video and web from your iPad and iPhone whenever ideas spark. Join the conversation in a space from wherever you are and with whomever you like.
Spaces are virtual meeting rooms only radically better. Meet your project team in a space and see your notes and agenda from last time you visited. Check in anytime, the space is always available.
Enter Your space
If your company has Cisco Meeting Server, access your space by downloading the client and logging in. Choose the space you want to join and simply press the green button.
Once you have entered a space, you can invite others with a directory search. To invite someone outside of your organization, email the weblink found at space Info. The invited can securely join a video call using their browser.
•Use the Cisco Meeting App on both the iPad and iPhone.
•Join a call using video, audio or by sharing content over web
•Move seamlessly between devices while on a call, or use them at the same time. For example use your phone for voice privacy and your iPad for video.
•Send chat messages during a call, leave notes in the space
•Calls can be ad hoc or scheduled
General fixes and stability improvements.
Check the release notes on our website for changelogs and important information about this app:
Ratings and Reviews
Not good enough
This app could fill a very useful purpose, but sadly, it is too flawed to serve as a real business tool. The major flaw which I can’t get past is that when I’m in the middle of a conference call, if my phone screen locks, which it does automatically due to corporate policies, the app disconnects me from the call. This is obviously not ideal when I am the one hosting the call. I have to reconnect quickly and then try to remember to keep my screen active since the phone won’t lock.
Also, there needs to be a way for me to identify the people who call regularly to my conference line. Instead, you can only see their phone numbers. It would be very simple for Cisco to allow us to save each participant with a nickname so that we can easily see who is connected and who is speaking.
The same meeting run on Skype works fine
This app is complete garbage as it currently stands. Unfortunately sometimes our meeting use Cisco VMRs and they don’t simulcast the presentation via Skype so I have to use this app in the car. It constantly drops calls so I have to have Skype running at the same time for audio, and it has no problems. How Cisco can sell this tech to companies is pure hubris.
This app kept crashing in the middle of the meeting. Tried multiple times, each with the same result. Then it crashed my iPad and rebooted the iPad. I ditched the app and went to a browser on my laptop. Could be so much more but it is terrible and useless. This is a new iPad, less than 6 months old.
- 26.8 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian Bokmål, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.