OpenBoard is a cross-platform (Linux / Windows / macOS) interactive whiteboard application. It is currently maintained by the Education Department (DIP) of the Canton of Geneva in Switzerland.
- 191 alternatives to Lucidchart
- Chrome OS
- Android Tablet
- Microsoft Office Powerpoint
- Microsoft OneDrive
- Microsoft Office Word
- Google Drive
- Google Drive - Docs
- Microsoft Teams
- Software as a Service (SaaS)
- Google Apps
- Microsoft Azure
- Microsoft Office 365
- Google Drive - Sheets
- Microsoft Office Suite
- Microsoft Office Excel
Lucidchart is a visual workspace that combines diagramming, collaboration, and data visualization to accelerate understanding and drive innovation. With this intuitive, cloud-based solution, everyone can work visually and collaborate in real time.
Conceptboard goes beyond the idea of online whiteboards and adds realtime collaboration, document sharing, visual feedback, task management, live meetings and more.
Groupboard is a free collaborative whiteboard (drawing board), allowing you to draw and chat in real time with other people anywhere on the internet, even with users using a web browser or an iPhone/iPad. Use it for online tutoring, collaborative design, or just for fun!
Air is a whiteboard for your team’s images and videos. Migrate your content from anywhere and watch it become instantly organized with smart tags and image search. Share, comment, collaborate, and manage projects end-to-end. Your team’s entire workflow is now on Air!
Cross-platform whiteboard solution, whether you're teaching or tutoring online, or you want to provide a more interactive experience for classroom teaching.
PEVO Whiteboard allows you to connect your IPEVO wireless document camera via WiFi to your tablet. You can then display, customize, draw or annotate on the live image coming from the document camera. You can also take snapshots or record videos, complete with annotations and...
Turn your iOS device into a document camera for sharing on video conference apps. Perfect for teachers and educators doing virtual learning that need to show what's on their desk during a video call.
WrittenUp is a website that allows remotely collaborating users to instantly write and draw on a virtual whiteboard, using their tablet or computer. It features multiple pages and PDF exporting.