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SendHub for iOS Adds Conference Calling in Latest Update

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Starting today, SendHub is allowing users to create conference calls directly from its newly updated iOS or Android app and also for existing web users. 

The company is advertising how easy it is to start and invite people to a conference call, eliminating the need for lengthy meeting IDs and passwords. 

To host a new conference call all you need to do is, update the app on your iOS or Android device. Then, select the conference call button at the bottom of the screen and send invites via SMS or email. 

Joining a conference call is even easier, just select the conference call icon, tap the name of the call you were invited to and dial in. The same steps apply on iOS, Android and the company’s web version.

Each business has one conference line already created and available. This line belongs to the enterprise, not to individual users. Administrators can add additional conference lines for individuals or groups through the SendHub on the web

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Here is a complete list of new features available in the update:

What’s New in Version 4.1.6

– Conference Calls: Easily host high quality conference calls right from your SendHub account.

– Instantly dial into your conference line, invite participants, share your conference in one tap.

– Groups are now located at the top of the Contacts page, and search has been moved to the navigation bar

– In addition, we’ve spent a lot of time fixing bugs and speeding up the app.

We last covered SendHub back in March of this year, which also offered a limited free plan for users to try it out.

SendHub for iOS is available as a free download from the App Store. Note: The app contains in-app purchases that range from $24.99 to $149.99 and requires a paid subscription (offered as in-app purchases) to access most of the features.

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  • Anon

    They still need cheaper options than $25 a month.

  • We’re about to change our pricing and free users, from today, can upgrade for $15 with unlimited voice.

  • Steve

    Even at $15 a month, it’s still pricey. And once the free period is over, there’s no use in having the app on the phone at all. I think that’s just a bad move. Ah well, there’s always Fongo.

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