Broadcast software developer RCS says it is mobile with apps to take all of its main software platforms on the road.
The company’s keystone product, GSelector music scheduling software, has Selector2Go. For that app the data flow is kept small to enable fast performance, even on mobile networks like 3G.
Selector2Go gives users core scheduling, schedule editing functionality and essential analysis details of rotations in the palm of a hand.
The automation platform Zetta has a mobile sidekick, Zetta2Go (both shown). Using a tablet or smartphone a user can view and fire off hot keys for a station, from a laptop or remote desktop a user can control much more.
A desktop Internet browser can display logs, hot keys and the segue/voice track editor allowing the user to voice track empty voice track slots in the log, edit the segue of the voice tracks and fire hot keys from a hot keys bank.
The company’s Aquira traffic software is the latest to go mobile with Aquira2Go. Harnessing all the benefits of touchscreen technology, Aquira2Go’s interface simplifies tasks, improves accuracy and productivity, allowing the Account Executive to deliver professional service to the client.
RCS’ mobile apps operate on most PC and Mac computers as well as the vast majority of current smartphones, tablets and e-readers, including the iPad and iPhone.
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