San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 6, 2008
In an ever increasing effort to update its applications to fit the needs and demands of its customers, Apeer Inc. released Apeer Professional Beta Version 1.5, making the instant media communication and collaboration application even more functional and convenient.
Apeer Professional Beta version 1.5 boasts several feature additions and enhancements including an Auto Launch / Auto Log-In feature. Auto Launch keeps Apeer Professional open on the user's computer, and Auto Log In ensures that each user is always visible to their contacts for quick and easy session invitations.
In addition to these advancements Apeer has made several usability updates based on software testing and beta customer feedback. Apeer Professional Beta Version 1.5 now sports private messaging for sending confidential messages to an individual instead of to all connected users; Message Eraser; the ability to show or hide the Whiteboard; and Image Collections where folders of images can be dragged and dropped directly onto the Apeer workspace and they show up as image collections. Image collections can be also dragged and dropped from Apeer onto the PC desktop and they show up as folders. Given that it's one of the most common industry formats, Apeer Professional Beta Version 1.5 also supports QuickTime video.
Apeer Professional is designed specifically to provide creative, production, management or distribution professionals a dramatically simplified way to exchange media files without utilizing slow or archaic tools such as FTP, email or other posting tools.
Apeer is the first and only application that enables individuals to enter into a synchronous and instant multi-user, participatory exchange where all parties can simultaneously view photos, hear music, and see videos in real time over the internet - all in one window. It also provides conversational tools with built-in voice and chat. Apeer is instant media.
About Apeer Inc.
Taking foundation from "Going Visual" (co-authored by Apeer CEO, Bob Goldstein), the momentous book that demonstrates the means for harnessing the power of digital images and video to streamline information flow, communicate more effectively and gain competitive advantage, digital media industry veterans Bob Goldstein, Paul Wensley and Jon Bloodworth founded Apeer, the world's first all-in-one group communication and collaboration application for digital media.
The founders leveraged their collective knowledge to identify the specific need for a common media player in a shared space that could handle multiple media formats, and the ability to integrate the exchange of media files simultaneously with multiple users.
After two years of development, the idea of creating a simple, useful way for people to experience "instant media" is a reality. Apeer provides a place in which people can work with media in new and exciting ways. For additional information, visit http://www.Apeer.com.