WebRTC P2P HQ/HD screen-sharing. Share camera, microphone, speakers, full-screen, or software's screens.
Last Updated On: November 9th, 2018
10-17-2018: Now supporting AntMedia server. Please check "options" page. [disabled]
10-22-2018: Improved the design/layout for "options" page.
(now you can share speakers, TABs, microphone and camera as well)
Developers NOTE: Signaling server is changed on 10-02-2018.
This chrome extension allows you share screen of any opened application, privately, securely over 5-to-10 users maximum (using Peer-to-Peer protocol).
There should be a person who will share his screen; that person is named is "moderator". He'll be given a private-URL pointing to his privately shared tab.
Then moderator can use social networks or email, to share that private URL with his friends. His friends can open the URL and quickly join his "realtime-shared" screen.
Quality of the shared screen is full-HD i.e. 1080p.
Remember, everything is peer-to-peer. Nothing is stored on the server. WebSocket is used only to connect two users at initial handshake. Then WebRTC is used for secure video-only connection.
You can view shared tabs on chrome/firefox/opera both on desktop and android, on all platforms i.e. Windows, Mac and Linux.