To quote Microsoft: Sway is an app for expressing your ideas in an entirely new way, across your devices. The trouble is I don’t really know what to use it for…
Microsoft have released PowerPoint for iPad! With the iPad coming onto the scene in 2010, Microsoft have had almost 4 years to get their ubiquitous presentation platform ready for iOS. So what do we think? Here’s our first impressions!
I love using my iPad to present, when you haven’t time to get your laptop out and booted up, it’s fantastic! I’d really love to be able to create content on my iPad too. Having the ability to create a quick presentation on the move would be super cool. Does the Flowboard for iPad app have what it takes?
Today, Apple finally made good on its promise and released its iWork platform to the masses. Now anyone who uses iCloud – potentially everyone with an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Mac – can now use Keynote, Pages and Numbers for free in a desktop web browser. But is it any good? And can Keynote in the sky tempt us to give up PowerPoint?
Technology has changed buyer behaviour, the sales cycle, and sales conversations. These changes really ought to change how sales presentations work too. Half our buyers have done their own research, the others may be extremely reluctant to change at all. How should sales presentations evolve if they are to be effective?
Video can make your presentation engaging and can help you connect with your audience on an emotional level. Can the 9Slides app help? We take a look in this review.
A great way to increase audience engagement is to sketch out ideas during your presentation. Sketching on the iPad is a really natural way to use the hardware. SlideShark have now combined the two and have added annotations to their iOS app. We take a look.
Ready to present from your iPad, but the key decision maker isn’t in the office and would like to dial in. How can you get your presentation over to them, while keeping control of the meeting flow? SlideShark now has the answer!
What happens when what you need to communicate doesn’t have a corresponding visual? Should you give up? No, you should sketch something out instead! Check out our thoughts on the latest sketching apps for iPad.
Haiku Deck is a neat iPad presentation design app that allows novices to create attractive slides with pretty pictures. Make the pictures relevant and the slides would work. The strength for those new to slide design was that Haiku Deck didn’t allow bullet points. Until now.