Having to dart back and forth to switch between slides during a PowerPoint presentation can be distracting for audiences and presenters alike.
LogicInMind's release of their Slideshow Remote Control for PowerPoint presentations will produce quicker and easier slide transitions at the touch of a button. The application is easy to use and is bursting with new features which enable users to be in control of all aspects of their PowerPoint presentation.
It has received praise for being the most advanced slideshow remote control to date, allowing the presenter to see which slide is on display and also shows the upcoming slide, preparing the user for what is coming next. LogicInMind's Slideshow Remote Control also offers unique features, rich reader's notes, advanced commands and easy connectivity.
This is a positive step towards getting PowerPoint presentations up to scratch and will boost the presenters' confidence, particularly in a business environment. The Slideshow Remote Control Application is priced at $4.99 in the U.S (priced accordingly in the U.K and elsewhere) and has received excellent feedback so far. It is compatible with the iPhone, the iPad and iPod Touch Screen.
It is also now compatible with Windows 8 and all the latest Apple products, which means if you have the latest Operating System then you can install the program on your machine without having to worry about anything going wrong. If you have a mac, you can even control keynotes which is Apple's version of Powerpoint. This is great news, because it shows that they are continually working on this application to make it the best in the industry.
It is such a great and simple application and Article 10 Presentations think it is the best one ever made. It's just so simple and powerful which means that you can get so much work done with such little effort.
This opens many doors as you don't have to running up and down to take control of your slides, you can be anywhere in the room and just pick the options from your iPhone and wow the audience.
Unfortunately though, if you have an android phone or a Windows phone, then you won't be able to use this application. This is a shame and it's definitely something they should look into as it would open it up to even more users and not target just a single market.
Overall though, this is a fantastic app with lots of features and functionality without bombarding too much onto it. Here at Article 10 Presentations really look forward to seeing what else this app can do in the future and hopefully we will see it expand onto other devices which will open it up to a larger, more varied audience.