Jul 2024
09th Sep 2013

Review: Flowboard

  • Comments: 2

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?

Jul 2024
  • Comments: 7

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?

Jul 2024

    Presentation sharing seems to be everywhere at the moment, from SlideShare to 9Slides, there’s always seems to be a new tool to help people get their message across. Now there’s Presentation.io, an online cloud based system that lets you run your presentation remotely. There are a fair amount of tools that allow you to do this, so what makes Presentation.io different?

    Jul 2024
    24th May 2013

    Review: MagPointer

    • Comments: 2

    New PowerPoint add-ins arrive all the time. We take a look at MagPointer. It will make presentations easier to follow and more effective, do we agree? Find out in our review.

    Jul 2024
    • Comments: 26

    Can a PowerPoint user be converted to Keynote? Is this the perfect excuse to use his Mac more? And how well do these presentation technologies work on iPad? As more users bring Macs to work comes the question: ‘Can we do this on Keynote?’ We answer.

    Jul 2024

      If you want a quick and free way to create pretty presentations on your iPad - that can be exported to PowerPoint - you’ll be hard pressed to find a simpler solution than this. But just remember that not every presentation topic lends itself to slides that just show pretty pictures behind short bullet points.

      Jul 2024
      • Comments: 30

      People are bored of PowerPoint. But problems with panning, organising all content on a canvas, and limited animations mean Prezi is not the answer.

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