Microsoft PowerPoint - Review & Install Links
Microsoft PowerPoint is the world’s default presentation-making app. Now that it’s gone mobile, you can download Microsoft PowerPoint to your iPhone or iPad and make full use of it.
Uninstall the app:
- Go to Settings menu
- Choose Apps or Application manager
- Touch the app you want to remove
- Press Uninstall
Portable Demonstration Tools
If you need to show your ideas to others, to inspire them, to show them it’s all possible, you better show than tell, and PowerPoint lest you point that power out. The app is a part of Microsoft Office mobile, and it’s fully capable of opening existing presentations, creating new ones, editing and saving them. The output files are fully compatible with the desktop version of MS Office, and vice versa: the files you create on your desktop will show on your iDevice with no distortion.
It’s a great assistance in building your mobile office; you run PowerPoint on your iPhone, connect it to Apple TV to display it on the big screen, and use your Apple Watch to switch slides.
When it comes to creations presentations, the app has a lot to offer. When creating a new presentation, you see many dozens of templates you can immediately use for all of your slides to share the same style. These templates allow editing text, embedding pictures, video and audio files and arranging them as you like.
On finishing you can save your file locally, upload it to OneDrive (or any other cloud, though OneDrive seems the most obvious), or share it directly with other users.
There’s just one trick you should know from this Microsoft PowerPoint review. The app is free on all iPhone versions, as well as on iPad 9.7” and iPad Mini. But if you happen to use iPad Pro 10.5” or larger, the app won’t let you edit or save local files without Office 365 subscription. That’s the part of the licensing policy Microsoft introduces back when netbooks were hot.
• Full set of editing features;
• Perfect compatibility with desktop versions;
• Lots of templates to start a new project;
• Easy to conduct a presentation with compact equipment needed;
• OneDrive integration.
• Not as comfortable as we’d like on small screens;
• Requires subscription on large screen iPads.
How PowerPoint Presents Itself
Well, if you work with presentations at all, you’ll appreciate the possibilities that become available after you download Microsoft PowerPoint to your iDevice. We’ll hint that iPhone is better for showing your presentation and iPad is the thing for editing, and cloud syncing lets you have both.