An open API is provided for developers to easily integrate horn into your existing system
structure for a seamless process. Easy-to-install widget for non-techies with a widget generator
creating the widget code - without a download.
With a click of your horn channel, you can record your panel discussion - audio or video -
for future reference. It can be sent directly to your choice of Dropbox, Google Drive or Soundcloud
account in minutes. Whether you're using it to keep a record of a meeting or publishing content to
your audience, the horn recording feature does it with the touch of a button.
Switch between using your channel for inter-office communications in private mode, to
presenting in public mode with the touch of a button. Create an exclusive guest list for private
events, then go public as soon as they are over.
Fully embeddable in any infrastructure
The horn widget allows you to bring the power of horn home to your web properties. It's
flexible, discreet, and easy to use. Setup is a breeze, and your audience can be talking, typing,
and sharing video in no time - all the functionality of the horn channel on your own website.
Panel Mode for Presentations
Panel mode allows for large group presentations with robust behind-the-scenes crowd
control. Controls allow for video and screen sharing from panelists, while listeners can write in
comments and questions. Unlimited listeners and panelists with the same great audio quality. The
In-App recording means that you'll be able to publish independently for folks who missed the show.
Touch-to-Talk Blocks Out the Background Noise
Ambient noise can kill a conversation. Touch-to-talk setting allows the user to interact
with horn like a walkie-talkie. Individual users and operators can control, which is ideal for
situations where there are a number of collaborators or someone is in a noisy setting.
You establish who has access and define what that access looks like. Empower partners to be
operators for specific channels. Moderate the conversation by muting or banning users who don't play
by the rules. Designate speakers from a set of listeners and require that they touch to talk
(automatically muting when not speaking). Pass the powers on when your staff change roles or leave.