Top 10 Online Presentation software
Last updated: July 27, 2019
Prezi is a cloud-based presentation software and storytelling tool for exploring and sharing ideas upon a virtual canvas. Prezi is distinguished by its Zooming User Interface (ZUI), which enables users to zoom in and out of their presentation media. Prezi allows users to display and navigate through information within a 2.5D space on the Z-axis.
The online tool for making powerful presentations.Whether you are a professional, a teacher, a student, a businessman, a salesman or anyone looking to put together a cool presentation, you have come to the right place. Zoho Show's pre-built themes, clipart and shapes coupled with features like drag-and-drop makes it an easy application to use.
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.
Microsoft PowerPoint Online extends your Microsoft PowerPoint experience to the web browser, where you can work with presentations directly on the website where the presentation is stored. PowerPoint Web App is available for personal use in OneDrive, for organizations that have installed and configured Office Online on their SharePoint site, and for professionals and businesses that subscribe to select Office 365 services.
SlideShare is an online slide hosting service. Users can upload files in the following file formats: PowerPoint, PDF, Keynote or OpenOffice presentations. Slide decks can then be viewed on the site itself and embedded on other sites.
Quip Slides is designed to help your team create collaborative, interactive presentations that start conversations and drive decisions. Real teams work in real time, and so do Quip Slides. Use built-in chat, co-editing, and commenting to create version-free slides together, faster.
Brainshark is a suite of applications that enables users to create web presentations. With nothing more than PowerPoint and a telephone, any business person can create and deliver online presentations and learning courses that are available on-demand at the convenience of their audience. Brainshark gives you the capability to deliver rapid eLearning, launch customized lead generation campaigns, and create detailed activity reports. You can see how much of your message has been viewed, how long it was viewed, and by whom. Grab your audience's attention and measure the results with voice-enriched, mobile-ready video presentations.
SlideShark is the award-winning app used by sales professionals and other presenters worldwide to present and share PowerPoint from the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch the way they were meant to be seen—accurately and professionally every time.
Sway is an app for expressing your ideas in an entirely new way, across your devices. Watch our vision video to see where Sway is headed. By joining Sway Preview, you can help us shape that future. Start by creating your first Sway today, using any browser on your PC, Mac, or tablet. As you use Sway, let us know what you like, what you don’t like, and what you want to see us add. We can’t wait to hear from you!
Turn your presentations into conversations. Share a link to present to anyone, anywhere, on any device, and let them talk back to you too.
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DisplayNote transforms presentations for presenters and participants. Use it to present wirelessly with an iPad or Android and mirror your screen to every participant’s device. Attendees can view and capture your slides on their device and collaborate with each other in real-time.
SlideRocket is a revolutionary new approach to business communications designed from the start to help you make great presentations that engage your audience and deliver tangible results.
Keynote for Mac makes it simple to create and deliver beautiful presentations. Updated for OS X Yosemite, Keynote employs powerful tools and dazzling effects
Users can present and share their PowerPoint presentations with others. Showcase your PowerPoints and Keynotes lavishly over the Web. The way you wanted them to be seen: animations, slide transitions, narration, music, embedded videos and rehearsed timings intact.
Empressr was developed to address the limitations of existing presentation applications. If streaming video and Flash are more dynamic ways to present information, then wouldn’t individuals and businesses benefit from the ability to include them in presentations? Empressr gives a way for anyone to create rich media presentations without having to be a technology expert. It's the first free online visual storytelling and presentation rich internet application that is so innovative and easy to use.
Latest news about Online Presentation software
2019. Microsoft PowerPoint added AI presentation coach
During last few years, Microsoft started to bring some of its AI smarts to PowerPoint to help you design good-looking slides. Today, it’s launching a number of updates and new features that make this even easier. Even the best-designed presentation isn’t going to have much of an impact if you’re not a good public speaker. That’s a skill that takes a lot of practice to master, and to help you get better, Microsoft created Presenter Coach for PowerPoint, a new AI tool that gives you feedback while you’re practicing your presentation in front of your computer. For example it tells you whether you are using inclusive language and how many filler words you use. It also makes sure that you don’t commit the greatest sin of presenting: just reading the slides. After your rehearsal session, PowerPoint will show you a dashboard with a summary of your performance and what to focus on to improve your skills.
2018. Google Slides got real-time automated captions
Google is adding an interesting new feature to its Slides presentation tool that allows you to enable real-time automated captions to your live presentations. That’s a great feature for those who are hard of hearing or deaf, as well as those who understand better when they can read instead of listen. The feature is now rolling out to all Slides users who use U.S. English as their default language and Chrome as their browser. Over time, Google plans to enable this feature for other languages, too. To turn on this feature you simply press the new “CC” button on the Slides navigation box and then use your computer’s microphone like always.
2018. Salesforce unveiled Microsoft PowerPoint competitor
Microsoft's PowerPoint has some new competition from a familiar rival: Salesforce. Salesforce's Quip business, which already offers tools for word processing and working on spreadsheets, introduced Quip Slides. Quip was acquired by Salesforce in 2016. A lot of the features in Quip Slides will be familiar to anyone who has used Office 365 or G Suite to create presentations that can be viewed and edited by a team of colleagues, such as chat, commenting, and questions. But thanks to its corporate parent, Quip Slides can surface Salesforce data directly within a presentation that updates automatically as the underlying data changes. Besides, it allows to conduct interactive presentation when viewers can ask questions online. Slides will be available for $10 per-user per-month or $25 per-user per-month for Enterprise license.
2018. Zoho Show got contextual interface and broadcasts
Zoho unveiled all new Zoho Show with contextual interface. It lets your ideas take the front seat and offers an intuitive formatting pane that responds to user actions. No more digging around to find the right tool. Users need a great set of tools to visualize ideas that match their imagination. That is why Show brings you custom text boxes, silhouettes, image filters, pre-defined layouts for charts and tables, more than a dozen animation options for every element within a slide, and more. With Show’s robust commenting system, teams can collaborate, brainstorm, and provide suggestions for improving any element on a slide. You can also add rich text comments to highlight key points, or attach an image when you are out of words. Finally, it allows to broadcast slides to a remote audience or use the Presenter View for a face-to-face session and deliver slides from anywhere.
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…).