What Differentiates CoScreen
- Super easy screen sharing - share any desktop application window by clicking on the tab above it or by drag & drop to your second screen.
- Multiple users can share windows at the same time on a joint desktop.
- Collaborative remote control so that anyone can interact with any shared window using mouse & keyboard.
- Low input latency even when you are more than two participants and/or you can't connect P2P (peer-to-peer) - check out the performance benchmark below.
- Crystal clear audio & video chat is built-in right from the start.
Performance Benchmark: Collaboration via CoScreen is 2-3x times faster than Zoom and Microsoft Teams
In addition to CoScreen's unique multi-user capabilities, it also performs faster when interacting with shared windows using mouse and keyboard than tools like Zoom and Microsoft Teams*. The latter are optimized for formal one-to-many presentations and large group meetings but not for collaborative interaction like CoScreen.
Unlike most specialized pair programming tools, CoScreen is also performing in sessions with more than two (and up to ten) active participants and even if they are in different regions of the world or behind corporate firewalls. And this is just the beginning, additional major enhancements of the latency of CoScreen will be released shortly.
Many users even use CoScreen in conjunction with Slack (chat), Microsoft Teams (chat and presentations), and Zoom (presentations). Those tools are great for meetings, for entire companies or to align asynchronously. CoScreen is best whenever individual teams and their members need to get something done together.
* The latency was measured using an automated, objective computer vision-based benchmark. The numbers represent the 50th percentile and were gathered during multiple runs that were performed under the same conditions.
Why this matters to you and your team
With CoScreen, you can get more done together as a team. Anyone can share any application and artifact at any time and at a touch of a button. Anyone can control shared applications at any point in time in a truly collaborative fashion.
Is your team trying to design a sophisticated new feature? To review the latest progress across the team? To resolve a critical system outage? Being able to do this interactively is a game-changer for agile teams.