Definition is a web-based collaboration software application for screen-sharing and online meetings.

To share a desktop or host a meeting, users must first download and install software. Mobile apps are available for Android and iOS. The free version of limits meetings to 10 participants; paid Pro accounts can have up to 250 participants. Other features of the paid version include recording capabilities, a meeting scheduler and the ability to switch presenters. 

As of this writing, a pro account costs $19 per month or $149 per year. Pricing for enterprise and non-profit customers is available from the vendor, LogMeIn. According to the vendor's website, requires Adobe Flash Player 10 or above.  It also requires the latest version of Firefox, Chrome or Safari browsers or Internet Explorer 8 or above.



This was last updated in December 2013

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