Ever since its launch, iPad users have had the chance to create and display slideshow presentations thanks to the Apple’s own Pages app. However, while presentations made in that app can be easily brought over into Microsoft’s popular PowerPoint program, doing the opposite is far more troublesome. Brainshark’s new SlideShark app hopes to fix that.
Bringing PowerPoint presentations to an iPad through SlideShark is a three step process. First, users create an account and get access to their own private server. Presentations are then loaded onto that server and converted. Finally, the app downloads the presentation in a form the iPad can display. Unlike other similar apps, SlideShark promises that no fonts, colors or animations will be lost.
Using the iPad’s native mirroring capabilities, users can play their presentations through a computer or projector. Best of all, the service and the app are completely free. The SlideShark app is currently available on the app store and accounts are created at www.SlideShark.com.
Released: 2011-10-18 :: Category: Productivity
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