HearMe Releases Version 2.5

Latest Version of Software Improves Overall Performance Speed and Ease-of-Use

New York, NY, July 10, 2007 - HearMe, a leading provider of web-based, desktop video conferencing and online collaboration solutions, today announced the release of "HearMe Version 2.5." This version of HearMe makes conducting video conferences on your PC more intuitive by simplifying the user interface while enhancing the overall performance speed of the platform.

HearMe's web-based video conferencing system empowers small businesses, distance educators and mobile work forces to conduct meetings in real time at an affordable price. The solution provides video/audio conferencing, desktop and application sharing, and online browser based meeting rooms. HearMe also has the most user-friendly interface and advanced video conferencing capabilities in the market. It allows anywhere from two to two thousand people to actively participate in a meeting.

"This latest version of HearMe shows our commitment to creating a desktop video conferencing solution that is cost effective and easy to use," said Joel Smernoff, President and COO of HearMe. "The additional feature set and increased performance speed of HearMe make this product something that businesses of all sizes can utilize in order to stay better connected, through voice and video meetings. In the coming months, we look forward to providing professionals a new level of interactivity with the people they need to be connected to."

Improvements to the latest version of HearMe 2.5 include:

For more information about HearMe, please visit www.hearme.com.

About HearMe
HearMe, a division of Paltalk, is a web-based video conferencing and online collaboration solution. It empowers SMB's, corporations, and distance educators to participate in fully scalable voice and video conferences. Utilizing h.264 resolution and real time motion of up to 15 frames per second, participants in a HearMe-hosted meeting can view other room participants via webcam, as well as share documents and desktop applications. With built-in VoIP capabilities and full duplex audio, HearMe eliminates the need for a conference phone bridge line, decreasing costs for SMB's and enterprises alike. The application also allows all participants a hands-free conferencing experience. HearMe's offering is a browser based solution, enabling companies to connect their mobile workforce, permit distance educators to interact with students, and empower organizations to work more efficiently regardless of geographic location.