Killer Tools For Working With Presentations On Android
A brief and powerful presentation may be the best way to showcase your business or project. That’s why it makes sense to have one handy at all times, should you run into potential clients, investors or other interested parties. There are lots of tools available for the Android platform to help you not only demonstrate, but also edit, create and improve presentations on the go.
In the lost below we have rounded up a few of them for you, in the hope that you will find something to suit your particular needs.
We start off with something easy and simple, that you are probably already familiar with and which would be a goof fit for a wide range of presentations.
QuickOffice is Google’s office app for Android and it comes with a full-featured presentation maker for Android. You can choose between various layouts and make use of a full spectrum of formatting options. The app allows you to insert images and other types of visual content into the presentation directly on your phone. What’s more, the app is well-integrated with Google Drive, which makes syncing your files across all your devices a piece of cake.
Creating a presentation on your mobile from scratch may not be the easiest thing. However, making a few quick tweaks and indulging in some light editing should be no problem – especially, when you have Office Mobile at your disposal. The application allows you to review the presentations on your mobile and edit the text lines.
It’s not only about presentations as well. If you sign up for Office 365, you will be able to sync all your documents with your smartphone.
If your goal is not to create presentation, but to make sure they are easily shared with colleagues and partners, MightyMetting is the right free app for the job. First, upload the presentation from your PC to the phone, then use the MightyMeeting app to upload it to the cloud. Once the presentation is online, you can invite your colleagues to a virtual meeting and share the file from anywhere – which makes it easy of you often have to work remotely.
Presentation Timer Pro
When your presentation is ready, there is still work left to do – the most terrifying part of it for some of us. It’s time to deliver the presentation. One of the key element to a successful delivery is keeping it short and keeping it relevant. Glancing at your watch nervously as you are trying to keep your cool and make the best impression is not the best of ideas. Luckily, an Android tool like Presentation Timer can help you stay within the time frame and manage the time as you go. You can input the planned time in the app and it will start the countdown. It will also automatically silence the phone during the time of your presentation.
PowerPoint Keynote Remote (Free)
In addition to being a tool for creating and editing presentations, your mobile phone can be turned into an accessory for controlling the presentation process. PowerPoing Keynote Remote lets you turn your mobile phone into a remote control for your PC (for Keynote and PowerPoint presentations), that works through Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. The app does more that just help you move from slide to slide with a single app. The best thing is that you will be able to get a preview of the upcoming slide and even see your notes as you move forward with the presentation.