Joshua Dance
Joshua DanceEngineer, Product, athlete, indie hacker

Best one click screen share tool?

I help people with 'friends and family tech support' a lot and it is frustrating that I don't know of a super easy way for them to share their screens with me. I don't want them to have to register, sign up, etc. A site, or a small download would be ideal.
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  1. Ravi Damani
    Ravi DamaniSee - Share your screen with friends · Written
    Ravi Damani made this product
    Try our product. It allows you to screen share your desktop, browser, iOS or Android screen. No sign-up or registration required.
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    Google Podcasts

    Discover and listen to the world's podcasts on Android.

    Alex Aubain
    Alex AubainI love to learn and help others! · Written
    Easiest tool would be Google Meet or Google Hangouts. No download needed, just simple instructions to either have a 1 on 1 or conference with screen-share capability
    • Jordan Gardiner
      Jordan GardinerProduct @ Popgun

      After months of rumours it appears like Google Podcasts is ready for prime time. This'll likely steal some people away from third-party apps.

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    • Nic Acton
      Nic ActonSystems Engineer

      I suppose Android was due for a basic podcast app fairly soon, with Apple providing a standard offering for iPhone. Like Apple's app, this app leaves a lot to be desired.

      As an avid podcast listener, I jumped on the Pocket Casts train some time ago so admittedly Google had a large hill to climb in order to get me to change to their app. Currently there are additions/changes they would need to implement to get me to move over to their platform:

      - Currently there is no web or PC offering, this is very valuable to me as a coffee shop nomad

      - It's too minimalist, lacking many basic like queuing up episodes or sorting from oldest to newest

      - This idea of integrating experiences into your podcast sounds interesting, but many other platforms are being acquired and currently in this battle for what format this will look like. I have no reason to believe Google will win out for this one.