Even though there are several free applications with which one can easily share his or her desktop with other people, Screenleap, a new webapp, has further simplified the process of screen sharing. With Screenleap, there is no limit to the number of individuals you can allow to view what’s happening on your desktop, and you don’t even have to register for an account, download or install anything, plus the app is completely free of charge for screen sharing.
To make use of Screenleap, you only need to have Java Runtime Environment on your computer, and this is already running in most people’s computer. When you run Screenplay for the very first time, you will be asked to permit the service to run within your web browser, but apart from this, you do not need to set up any other thing. Once you get to the site, click for your screen to be shared and you are ready to go. As soon as your screen sharing period begins, you will see a link that you can send to anyone that you want to view what is happening on your screen. The URL is not active when your screen sharing period is over, and even though advanced tools such as chat, zooming and annotations are not available to you, once the app is running, you still have a very easy method to share what’s happening on your screen with other people.
Of course there are several other tools for collaboration and screen sharing. Some of these other tools include GoToMyPC, Join.me, LogMeIn, and Team Viewer. You may prefer to use any of these other options, but you should consider keeping Screenleap in your collection as it may come in handy when you do not have the strength or time to set up any of the others.