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24-11-2011

I created an application for Android (called bBloo on the Android Market) that can communicate with your rooms (LCCS).

I'm looking for testers on various devices (for audio and video).

Your comments and feedback are welcome!

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25-11-2011

I'm currently trying to implement some LCCS on a mobile device as well on the off time.  I wouldn't mind testing your app out on a couple devices (phones, tablets).

Right now my video application is mostly browser based and coordinates calls using a WCF webservice.  Any suggestions for accessing a WCF service from an air application on a mobile device?  I also may be able to call the same server functions from a java implementation.  Another android application that we are working on uses a connector that calls functions using a java connector.

My proof of concept with a mobile test room is working ok right now, but I do need some insight on connecting to a service for creating rooms and calling accounting functions.

Thanks,

-Eric