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Add Screen Sharing To Your Site With the Screenleap API

At Screenleap, we pride ourselves on making it free and easy to share your screen in seconds. No installation is required to view, so your viewers are literally a single click away from seeing your screen. And with the release of our Gmail extension this summer, you can start a screen share without leaving your inbox.

Introducing the Screen Sharing API

We’re excited to announce that you can now add screen sharing to your own applications using our new screen-sharing-as-a-service API. True to our mission of making screen-sharing easy and affordable for everyone, the API is competitively priced. We offer all developers 5 free hours of screen sharing each month, and charge just 1¢/min after that — that’s less than $1 per hour, no matter how many viewers you have.

Getting up and running with Screenleap is a breeze. The API Overview will walk you through the process of creating your own account and adding screen sharing to your site. You can have a basic implementation running in a matter of minutes. Screenleap’s API can be white-labeled and we will be releasing additional customization options soon.

Check out some cool usage of the Screenleap API from our pilot:

Procore‘s cloud-based construction project management software is used on thousands of projects around the globe. Procore provides seamless collaboration among large, diverse teams, from office managers to architects to on-site construction managers, and everyone in between. The Screenleap API facilitates even faster collaboration by effectively integrating screen sharing into Procore’s cloud-based construction software application. Procore takes pride in listening to its clients: they asked for faster collaboration and that is exactly what the Screenleap API integration achieves.

Using the Screenleap API will give us a significant competitive advantage.

LiveNinja is an online platform that enables experts – in just about anything – to offer consultation through live video chat. Often, the most effective way to teach others is to demonstrate with tools from your own computer. With the Screenleap API, LiveNinja was able to quickly integrate screen sharing into their site, so their ninjas will soon be able to bring their consulting to a whole new level.

The screenleap implementation works exceptionally well!

Medi-Tec creates medical software solutions, and they pride themselves on quality customer support. They integrated screen sharing through the Screenleap API in order to better support customers. They can now instantly demonstrate solutions or have customers demonstrate support issues, all through their existing website.

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Collaborate More Quickly With Screen Sharing Friends List

Screenleap is commonly used as a collaboration tool for tight-knit groups of teammates when working remotely or even intra-office. As part of our mission to provide the fastest, simplest and most reliable screen sharing product on the planet, today we’re announcing the general availability of Friends Lists.

Screenleap Friends List

Friends Lists are free, and allow teammates to share their screens in under 10 seconds. A Screenleap account (free) is required, and account holders, when logged in, are immediately alerted with online notifications when a friend would like to share their screen – kind of like instant messaging.

Screen Sharing with Teammates

Account holders not currently logged in are dispatched an email or text message with link to the screen sharing session based on their contact permission settings (email or text).

Screen Sharing Email Invitation

Now, instead of having to read share codes out loud, or copy/paste email links, teammates can be invited to see your screen with the click of a button.

Screen Share with Friends

Sharing screens with your teammates has never been easier. You can get started today by signing up for an account, adding your friends and co-workers to your Friends List, and then starting screen sharing sessions faster than anywhere else on the web!

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