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App Enhances Viewing Brainshark Presentations on Mobile, Plus Easy Navigation and Convenient Access to Presentation Details

Wed, 01/26/2011 - 6:19am
WALTHAM, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Brainshark, Inc. today announced the immediate availability of the Brainshark App for the iPhone and iPad, downloadable for free from Apple’s App Store. With this new application, iPhone and iPad users can take advantage of advanced features – designed to enable easy navigation and convenient access to important information – when they view Brainshark presentations from their mobile devices.

Brainshark lets users add their voice – along with music, video clips, attachments and more – to PowerPoint decks and other documents to create trackable, online video presentations. Brainshark presentations are already accessible on leading mobile platforms, including the iPhone and iPad, BlackBerry, Android-based phones and Palm Pre, with one Brainshark presentation viewed every 2.5 seconds in locations all over the world.

As iPhones and iPads continue to skyrocket in popularity – with Apple reporting 16.24 million iPhones and 7.33 million iPads sold in its most recent fiscal quarter – the Brainshark App provides an enhanced mobile viewing experience for users of these devices. It’s now even easier for iPhone and iPad users to interact with online video presentations created by Brainshark enterprise customers or users of the free myBrainshark.com site.

“Being ‘reachable by cell phone’ while out of the office is no longer enough. Today’s information workers need to remain connected, productive and in-the-know at all times,” said Ira Weinstein, senior analyst and partner, Wainhouse Research. “The new Brainshark App for the iPhone and iPad brings the power of the Brainshark platform, and more importantly, access to their company’s library of on-demand rich media presentations, to iOS users around the world without sacrificing manageability or the user experience.”

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