Launch the app and you’ll see your group’s pages right away. Couldn’t be easier!
Add web pages, documents, and photos before your meeting,
No online accounts
or external servers.
Just your group on wifi
or personal hotspot.
Three person groups are FREE! And only one person in larger groups ever needs to purchase.
Here are some people
using PageMeet to make
job, passion or hobby
simpler and easier.
My little team of developers and designers sometimes meet in unusual places—like out in the forest! There’s nothing quite like presenting to my team surrounded by nature!
Even with no cellular network, or local wifi, we use my phone’s personal hotspot, and PageMeet handles the presentation.
I just prepare song pages in PageMeet in advance, usually Word files. During practice, or performance, my choristers launch the app and, at the tap of a button, I push out the current page to all of them at once. It’s magic!
No-one had to buy the app except me, so it couldn’t be easier for my singers.
I hand-out the iPads and we all launch PageMeet. While my students work, I send them pages of lesson content. They can flick through the pages at their own pace, or I can bring them all together on the page I’m discussing.
It’s a wonderfully simple way to share pages with my students.
We PageMeet to explore a mood for a new client—adding web pages and imagery that we each feel resonates with the brand we’re looking for.
PageMeet is great as it allows each of us to contribute—we add and delete pages as we go and the vibe evolves.
Our group of friends PageMeet in my lounge room. We sit around and add lyrics from
the internet. There’s no confusion about which versions—all of us can see the same lyrics immediately.
Everyone can contribute too and it just works so well.
It means more singing, and
less messing about!
Using PageMeet with my
role-playing mates streamlines and enhances everyone’s experience. I can share maps, visual clues, illustrations and monster stats or dice tables with my players.
It means we focus more on the story and play, and less on organising game resources.
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