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Mikogo Launches Version 5 with Cross-Platform VoIP for Online Meetings

The release of Mikogo Version 5 provides its online meeting users with crystal-clear calls through the software. The VoIP feature now moves out of beta and joins Mikogo’s impressive feature set for online collaboration. The new version also includes free phone conferencing numbers, advanced VoIP settings, and performance improvements on Windows 8 and OS X Mavericks.

Feb 14 2014, 4:12am CST | by

London, United Kingdom, February 14, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The established global service provider of online meeting solutions, Mikogo, has today officially launched its VoIP feature as part of its new software release, Version 5. This latest major release from Mikogo not only includes a built-in VoIP feature for voice conferencing between online meeting participants, but also includes phone numbers for free telephone conferencing along with further compatibility and cross-platform improvements.

The inclusion of the VoIP feature, which passed through a successful beta period in a previous software release, is the standout addition in Mikogo Version 5. During an online meeting, a customer can now establish a crystal-clear call with all their meeting participants live over the Web and through the computer’s speakers and microphone (or external headset) via the VoIP feature. Version 5 also includes advanced VoIP settings where the customer can adjust their microphone sensitivity and enable the software’s noise reduction and echo cancellation functions.

Users also have the opportunity to select between the telephone conferencing numbers or the VoIP feature directly from within the software. The telephone conferencing option provides users with free local landline numbers in 28 countries.

Aside from the official release of the VoIP and telephone conference features, the launch of Version 5 also brings with it the following features:

OS Compatibility Improvements – Version 5 is 100% compatible with both Windows 8 and 8.1, and with Apple’s latest operating system, OS X Mavericks.

Mac Retina Support – users can host and join meetings from a Mac which has a Retina Display.

“Voice conferencing is an integral part of hosting meetings online, so we are very pleased to offer not one but two options, VoIP and free telephone conference numbers, in Mikogo,” explains Erik Boos, Mikogo’s Managing Director. “Whether it is for sales demos, team meetings, presentations with clients, etc. with Version 5, our customers have a complete and professional software solution for collaborating online.”

Mikogo’s development team is now looking ahead at releasing Version 5.1 which will include a new software interface panel and further features for their award-winning HTML Viewer.

Mikogo Version 5 is free for private use and can be downloaded from http://www.mikogo.com/download.

Contact Information:
Mikogo
Andrew Donnelly
+44-(0)20-3514-0019
Contact via Email
http://www.mikogo.com/

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