When comparing LogMeIn vs Join.me, the Slant community recommends Join.me for most people. In the question“What are the best ways to share your screen with others?” Join.me is ranked 4th while LogMeIn is ranked 5th. The most important reason people chose Join.me is:
To join you need only enter a 9-digit code on the [join.me website](http://join.me), that you get from the person sharing.
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Pro Access through a website
You can access a computer that you've previously installed LogMeIn on from any computer that has an internet connection through their browser. There is nothing to install on the computer you are accessing from.
Pro Easy setup
To set up, you need to create an account on LogMeIn, download and run their software on the computer you wish to be able to access, and set the software to allow accessing that computer from the Internet.
Pro Joining a meeting is straightforward
To join you need only enter a 9-digit code on the join.me website, that you get from the person sharing.
Pro Easy to set up
To start sharing, download and run a file from join.me. You'll be given a 9-digit code to share with anyone you wan't to be able to access your screen.
You can give others the ability to control your screen.
Pro Up to 10 participants
10 people can view your screen.
Pro File sharing
Join.me allows for easy file transfers among participants.
Pro Mobile support
Join.me supports iOS, Android and Kindle.
Pro Multi-monitor support
Works well with multiple monitors.
Con The sound and chat can be buggy
The quality of the sound and chat is fairly inconsistent.
Con No Linux support
Only available on Windows and OSX.
Con Bought out by Logmein
Logmein is notorious for buying out small companies and disregarding the wants and needs of the customer base of the newly bought-out company.