Google Slides alternatives

Google Slides
Ceate a new presentation and edit with others at the same time. Get stuff done with or without an internet connection. Use Slides to edit PowerPoint files.
Google Slides alternatives are:
Keynote, Prezi, PowerPoint Online
Here are the latest news about Google Slides:

2016 Google Slides adds Q&A feature to help presenters connect with their audiences



Google has launched a new feature for its presentation service Slides, that allows presenters can to get questions and general feedback from their audience — and audience members can vote for their favorite questions. Presenters who want to use it will see a button in the Slides presenter view to kick off a Q&A session; on mobile, this feature will be behind the “audience tools” button. After that, a link to the custom Q&A for this presentation will appear above the presentation. This feature can make more efficient the Q&A session after a presentation, especially at events where you can assume that everybody in the audience has access to a smartphone or laptop. Not everybody wants to walk up to a microphone and ask a question in front of a huge audience, after all (and the people who do are often a bit too happy to be in front of that audience…).



2015 Google Slides now allows to present from Android phones



Google Slides — the company’s PowerPoint competitor - now lets you present from any Android phone and tablet to a Hangouts video call. From the Slides app, you simply click on the present button, and if the meeting is on your calendar, you can start presenting right away. During your presentation, you can use your phone or tablet to advance slides, see your speaker notes, and keep track of time with the app’s built-in timer (there’s nothing worse than a presentation that runs over, after all). Google also notes that you can still see who is on the call while you are presenting.



2011 Google Presentations adds real-time collaboration

Google Presentations chat
Google continues to compete with Zoho and SlideRocket for being the online presentations champion. Today Google rolled out completely new Google Presentations editor. It adds more than 60 new features, but the main one - is the ability to collaborate on a presentation in real-time. Everything is very similar to collaborative tools in Google Docs and Google Spreadsheets that appeared last year: in the right pane you can see who is currently working on the presentation, chat with them. And in the presentation view, you can see what objects the collaborators are currently editing (these object are highlighted with the corresponding colors). And with the help of Google+ Hangouts you can even video chat with colleagues while co-creating the presentation.

In addition to collaborative tools, the new version features lots of new effects for decorating presentations: slide transitions, animations, the ability to draw figures and charts in presentations, links between slides. The new impressive editor is fully built on HTML / Ajax, but the viewer is still working on flash.

Steve Ballmer
And at the same time (while Google was rolling out the new presentations editor), Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer (at the Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco) said: "When it comes to applications in the cloud, most of the time we’re winning, winning, winning, winning at the expense of Google"