You may know TeamViewer for its synonymous software, but its Blizz conference call app deserves attention too. In essence, it lets you set up and join secure meetings instantly with an app or web interface and support for 300 participants.
Today the company made the app available to Windows 10 devices through a store publication. That means you can use it on Microsoft’s desktop operation systems and even the new Windows 10 S.
Blizz for Windows 10 Features
The app is completely free of charge, as long as it’s for personal use, though you are limited to 10 members. Unfortunately, it’s a bridge app, so Windows 10 Mobile users won’t be able to download and access it.
However, for regular desktop users, there’s a lot of great features to be aware of. The store listing describes the following functionality:
- “Instant: Start and join meetings without needing to sign up for an account Effortlessly bring people together with a single click from a chat or through your contacts list. Receive your own unique personal meeting id Simply send it to collegues and friends, and they’ll be able to join your meetings.
- Seamless: Blizz works behind firewalls, automatically detects proxy configurations, so you can always connect Set up user rights for speaking, chatting and file sharing Use a whiteboard during meetings to mark up your screen Share your screen. Present from your Windows PC or Mac, and collaborate with others on any PC, Mac, Android or iOS mobile device. Show people what’s on your screen or share only selected applications.
- Secure: RSA 2048 public/private key exchange AES 256 bit end-to-end session encryption Trusted device verification when logging in Optional two factor authentication.
- Connected: Stay connected before and after meetings via instant messaging. Send files to participants in the meeting.
- Mix VoIP and phone: Attendees can call from their favorite audio channel, be it high quality VoIP, or free local dial-in phone numbers.
- Strong: Built on proven TeamViewer technology with over 35 million meeting sessions per year Leverages the high performance architecture and backend from TeamViewer.”
You can download Blizz today from the Windows Store.