Presentation Note for iPad lets you wirelessly transfer ppt and pdf files, stores them on the iPad's drive and provides easy to use live presenting tools.
This app was published in the Summer, but recently got a major update - complete redesign of the app and the code base and improved display of presentations on the iPad.
Our mission with this app is that it should help users replace PCs when they need to give a presentation for their stakeholders.
Download here, and the Lite version is here.
This was a real interesting task to tackle, especially since we didn't have access to any of Google's code. How did we do it? By adding a layer that "understands" what actions you want to take. What's especially interesting here is that we can use this technology to make other web apps work on the iPad, too, although we don't have such plans for know. Read more of how we did this here.
With this app, we only wanted to show you how we would like Google Docs (or Drive) to be in the future. Who knows, maybe if there are lots us who like this approach, Google will do something about it.
In the meantime, you can download it here. It's free and no ads.
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