Friday, January 27, 2012

5 Great Tools for Doing your Next Presentation with Your iPad

Here are some useful apps that will help you make your next presentations. The most apps are free to download and really easy to use. 

Keynote - 7,99 E is the most powerful presentation app ever designed for a mobile device. Built from the ground up for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, it makes creating a world-class presentation - complete with animated charts and transitions - as simple as touching and tapping. Use full-screen view to present right on your i- mobile device or use video mirroring o present it on an HDTV, and preview your slides and notes on your device using presenter dispay. Keynote works with iCloud, so your presentation stay up to date across all your iOS devices - automatically.

Keynote Remote - 0.79 E lets you control a Keynote presentation on your Mac, iPad, iPhone or iPod touch from another iPhone or iPod in the room. While you present, view your your current slide and presenter notes in portrait, or the current slide and next slide in landscape. Swipe forward to advance and swipe back to  return to the previous slide.  Keynote works with your Wi-Fi network, so you can control your presentation from anywhere in the room. Keynote remote can use Wi-Fi or Bluetooth when connecting to your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch.

  Prezi Viewer - Free. Show your prezi on the fly! Go to, create a prezi, download to your iPad and show it anytime, anywhere. Drag to pan and pinch to zoom in or out of topics, just like you do in any map apps.

Slideshark - Free. With slideshark you can view and show PowerPoint presentations on your iPad.  Key Features: -play PowerPoint files on your iPad - Preserves animations, fonts, graphics, and colours - Simply tap and swipe to advance animations and slides - Connect to a TV or a VGA - projector to present to large audiences (iPad 2 users)

MobileSlides - Free. The complete solution to your presentation needs. Mobile Slides is a presentation tool that goes whenever you do. It provides playback control, Q&A session archiving and quick web publishing functions. Any computer platform with Flash Player installed can participate anytime, anywhere in the presentation provided by any iOS device that has Mobile Slides installed on it. Of course, you can use a VGA Adapter and export the slides ino a projector directly. 

For iPhone: Designed as a ''Presentation Remote Control'', it emphasizes on single-hand operation and control of the presentation flow.

For iPad: With more screen real-estate, we are able to use the ''Presentation Control Panel'' as the main design concept. It is designed in a way that relevant informationis all present on the sreen so you are in control of the presentation flow.


  1. I have been using the iphone apps you described in your posting, I am really satisfied with it. You can also find out apps for iphone by using google, I am telling here a nice and good list of best graphic books apps for iphone here.

  2. These are great tools - thanks! i found another new presentation