When it comes to presentations, people often think about PowerPoint or Keynote. The other names that come to mind are Prezi, perhaps Google Slides. However, there are a lot of other useful presentation apps that people simply haven’t heard of. Here is a list of 5 Presentation apps you did not know about (probably).
SlideDog is a Windows application that combines the power of PowerPoint presentations, PDF files, Prezi, and other platforms to deliver a hybrid system where you can combine your content from various formats to create presentations. You can learn all about SlideDog from the video below.
Visme is a web application which provides templates for designing presentations, banners, flyers, official reports, etc. You can create a free account, pick a template and begin designing your content with the help of a plethora of tools. The free version of Visme is limited to 5 projects and 100MB storage. You can try out Visme using the basic free package to see if it’s worth your while.
Like Visme, Canva is another great platform which allows integrating web based content to create slides. you can upload your own photos, embed videos and make use of the various design tools to create stunning presentations. Canva is also great for making poster, social media posts, banners, and other types of digital content. The templates offered by Canva make design tasks easy even for beginners.
SlideBean is a web application designed in HTML5 which can help you create zooming presentations. It has been designed to make it easy for presenters to create professional looking presentations with design suggestions. SlideBean uses a three step system by which you add content, then design your slides and are ready to present after that.
Impress is an open source application which comes with OpenOffice and LibreOffice, which has been famously used across various platforms, most notably Linux based operating systems. Other than Linux, this free application is also available for Windows, Mac and other operating systems via LibreOffice and OpenOffice. Impress comes with a range of useful features similar to PowerPoint which makes it a viable free PowerPoint alternative.
We hope that you found our list of the 5 presentation apps you didn’t know about useful. What is your favourite presentation app other than PowerPoint and Keynote? Leave a comment to share your thoughts with us.