TeamViewer is a web conferencing program that can be used for scheduled and ad hoc online meetings.
Since version 8, the moderator can plan web conferences and invite participants in advance using the integrated scheduling functionality in Outlook. In addition, all essential functions can be easily accessed in the locally installed web console by the moderator while running the web meeting.
Moreover, users can switch to video conferencing mode. Unfortunately, the picture quality is not HD. Beyond the missing HD quality we noticed performance issues with VoIP while conducting online presentations.
Bottom line: TeamViewer 9 is well-suited for planned and ad hoc web meetings.
Runs on Windows ME or later, runs on Mac OS X 10.5 or higher, participation is browser based requiring Flash Player
"Business" edition: $749 for a lifetime single user license; maximum number of meeting participants: 15;
"Premium" edition: $1,499 for a lifetime single user license; maximum number of meeting participants: 25;
"Corporate" edition: $2,839 for a lifetime multi user license allowing up to 3 online meetings with up to 25 participants at the same time;
Free of charge for non-commercial usage
Single and multi user licenses (one time fee)
Voice over IP and phone costs
VoIP and conference call service integrated; toll dial-in numbers for conference call service
|The solution offers all essential functions|
|During the meeting host and participants can access all essential features via the local webmeeting console|
|Meetings can be easily planned and initiated ad-hoc.|
|Pricing and license options are publicly available; cost structure is transparent and easy to understand|
|256-bit AES encoding|
|Runs on Windows and with slight constraints also on Mac and Linux, Mobile Device Support: iOS and Android|
|Overall Score||9.28 / 10|
Review updated: Oct 2014
Price information updated: Oct 2014