CatVision.io App is now available on Google Play!
A few months ago we introduced CatVision.io SDK for Android, a developer kit which provides an easy and secure remote access to a screen of your mobile application. In January 2018 it was followed by CatVision.io SDK for iOS. And there is always something to do to bring the best possible services to our customers, for example, we are currently working on bringing CatVision.io to a browser (co-browsing), so you could say that we have our plates full.
For me, as a Product Manager for CatVision.io, there is still something missing. In this case it was demonstration application. An app, which I can put on Google Play and let you, people of the internet, experience what CatVision.io SDK can do before you go and implement CatVision.io SDK into your app.
CatVision.io App is now on Google Play!Try it, play with it, check the powerful feature of screen-sharing for yourself.
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