(PRWEB) October 5, 2010
On Wednesday, October 6th at 11:15am, Mingleverse (http://mingleverse.com) will give their first public demo of their much anticipated iOS application at the CTIA Enterprise & Application show in San Francisco (Stage A&E).
The Mingleverse application and service combines low bandwidth immersive voice with elements of Facebook, YouTube, and WebEx in a live 3D audio-visual atmosphere that delivers a multi-point consumer experience well beyond that of Skype. Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPad, and the latest generation of iPod Touch, the Mingleverse application offers an entirely new form of communications, allowing you to talk while sharing media live in a virtual “Mingle Room”.
Mingle Rooms are the evolution of a phone call, where 2 to 50 people can talk in a 3D venue using 3D voice chat. A mingle then goes beyond a phone call, allowing users to share and collaborate using media sharing features that include the ability to schedule virtual meet-ups, share Facebook photos live, display presentations and PDF documents, and soon project webcam or FaceTime to a live interactive audience on your iOS device.
Derek Kerton, Board Chairman of the Telecom Council, says, “Mingleverse is a radical enhancement of existing telecom and social networking. Their new iOS application takes the humble phone call to a whole new level, offering live, multi-party connections, and sharing capabilities that we’ve always wanted but until now have never had at the consumer level."
The iOS application will work seamlessly with the existing web-based version that is currently used with PCs and Macs. This means that you can enter your Mingle Room from home, work, or on the go, with no disruptions and with no geographical barriers.
Come see a 10-minute live demo of the Mingleverse iOS application on Wednesday October 6th,
You can try Mingleverse for free at http://mingleverse.com and the iOS application will be made available in the App Store in November 2010.