Highfive Video Conferencing

Highfive Video Conferencing

By Highfive, Inc.

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2014-06-30
  • Current Version: 2.51.00096
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 37.37 MB
  • Developer: Highfive, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 68 Ratings


Highfive is the easiest-to-use modern meeting room collaboration and video conferencing solution. We combine lightweight audio and video conferencing equipment that is easily controlled by intuitive cloud software on your personal devices, including iPhones and iPads. At a fraction of the cost of traditional systems, you can put Highfive in every room, not just the boardroom. With Highfive’s free video conferencing application you’ll get the flexibility to collaborate from anywhere video conferencing on all your iOS devices. That means starting or ending a video call from your personal device, or moving a call to any Highfive-enabled TV and using your device as the remote. Key features: - Start and join video calls from your iOS devices - Wirelessly handoff calls to Highfive-enabled TVs - Control your Highfive-enabled TVs with your iOS devices, including muting and disabling the camera - Invite co-workers and guests via email or your favorite messaging app - View screen sharing content For more information, visit https://highfive.com Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/HighfiveHQ



  • So far so good

    By yanammm
    Seems stable. Solid video quality, fantastic sound.
  • Innovative and cutting edge

    By WhatTheWhattttt
    It’s not like the other vc apps. Just tap the link and it automatically hands off to the application. Dialing in is super easy as well! I will say that, although I’m giving 5 stars because of the awesome support from the company, the app crashes sparingly. But what app doesn’t, especially when streaming live video!
  • Great for when you’re lazy

    By JaeBeyBey
    I can put my calls on the TV without my laptop. Pretty great.
  • So far so good!

    By natoel
    After using a few of these services, I must say high-five seems to be helping best
  • Solid video conferencing

    By Jrey4
    Fantastic application, easy to use. Best thing about the service though is the support team. Extremely responsive and quick resolutions.
  • Ease of use

    By mtaneja
    I have used multiple conferencing system in the past, and Highfive is the best. The iOS app is easy to use specially the integration with calendar and moving meetings to the room devices.
  • Integration with the room system is awesome

    By My Tesla ate my homework
    We have Highfive TVs in our conference rooms at work, and you can use the iOS app to control them. I bounce calls up to the TV when I walk in the room and then flip them back to my phone when someone kicks me out of the room, without interrupting the conference. Makes video conferencing very smooth, better than anything I’ve seen elsewhere.
  • So easy I could not figure it out.

    By rwpjones
    I just recently trained myself on a different video conferencing platform. To switch over to hi5 was absolutely confusing for me because it’s so much simpler. Pros for me: -Very quick and easy to learn for myself and my clients. -Easy installation and start up (both phone and PC). -No bells and whistle’s, just straightforward video conferencing. -The ability to login from a Google calendar created event is awesome! -Virtual waiting room is cool. -Free for my clients with my paid subscription. Cons for me: -No distinct sound or notification when a client arrives or is waiting in the virtual waiting room. PLEASE create this.
  • Awful App, Avoid this at all costs

    By gavin1382
    This app is crap, it’s so hard to hear through the phone option, constant problems trying to log in. Avoid using this app at all costs. Don’t even try this app
  • Battery Killer

    By RLS 0000
    Looking at my battery reports under settings, none of my apps drain the battery faster than Highfive. Using the percentages and usage times listed, I calculate that Highfive consumes battery at 4x the rate of web browsing in Safari and a whopping 12x when compared to normal phone calls. In other words, 10 minutes of Highfive uses the same amount of power as 2 hours of talk time or 40 minutes of web browsing. Highfive was running in “Join without video” mode, so I was only receiving video, not even transmitting.