Evernote co-founder Phil Libin’s virtual presentation service mmhmm is now available to all Windows users.



And launched business accounts.

  • mmhmm was available for Mac and Windows closed beta – now everyone can download the service, the company said on its blog.

  • The tool can be integrated with Zoom, Google Meet and other video conferencing services and change backgrounds and add visuals to the presentation during a call. The service is free, but there are paid features that start at $ 8.33 per month.

  • The company also announced that it has launched corporate accounts. In a conversation with TechCrunch, mmhmm founder and CEO Phil Libin said they launched the service because they noticed a large number of users from the same companies.
  • For each of their employees, the company will pay the same as when using a regular account – $ 8.33. The advantage of business profiles is that the company will not subscribe to every employee and will only pay for those who have used mmhmm for a month.
  • Corporate account users can share the same presentation design elements, and executives will be able to manage employee accounts under one roof and invite them through a link.
  • Libin launched mmhmm in July 2020. The service has been available on Mac since November, when it was out of beta.

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