Top 14 Online Presentation software


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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.
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Visme is everything you need to tell powerful visual stories in the form of engaging presentations, infographics and other visual content. Make infographics or create presentations online for free.
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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.
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Canva gives you everything you need to easily turn ideas into stunning designs. Create designs for Web or print: blog graphics, presentations, Facebook covers, flyers, posters, invitations and so much more.
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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.
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Keynote for Mac makes it simple to create and deliver beautiful presentations. Updated for OS X Yosemite, Keynote employs powerful tools and dazzling effects
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Build better presentations with Beautiful.ai in minutes, not hours. Just think of an idea, choose a template, and work beautifully...and efficiently.
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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.
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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!
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Slides is a place for creating, presenting and sharing slide decks.
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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.
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Emaze is the next generation of online content creation. Choose from hundreds of templates to create customized presentations, websites, blogs and more.
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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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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. Provided by Salesforce.

Latest news about Online Presentation software


2019. Microsoft PowerPoint adds 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 gets 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 adds 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…).


2015. Presentations tool Swipe launches Pro version



Swipe, the web-based PowerPoint alternative that brings features such as audience analytics, real-time polls and live syncing to the humble presentation, is flipping the monetization switch today with the roll out of a Pro plan aimed at businesses and marketers. It adds new features including a tie-in with third-party analytics platforms (namely Google Analytics at launch), the ability to create unlimited ‘secret links’ for your deck so that its performance can be tracked per recipient, and the option to password protect your presentation. Although Swipe plans to keep its core product free so that it can continue to be enjoyed by “professors, teachers, designers, churches, non-profits, artists, and students,” the new paid offering puts it squarely up against extremely well-funded ClearSide, with its focus on sales teams, and to a lesser extent Box.


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.


2015. Microsoft adds collaboration features to Office Sway



Office Sway, the recent addition to Microsoft’s Office suite, blending together note taking, presenting, now gets some collaboration features. Out today is the ability to copy Sways, so that you can have a version of your own. That will be useful among groups, when people might want to preserve a specific version or the like for later use.  Sway is notable in that it was launched first in-browser, a step away from the traditional, desktop-focused Office apps. Microsoft seems comfortable with Sway sitting somewhere on a cloud, in between the use-cases of Word, Excel and Power Point.


2015. Zoho Show viewer is available for Android and iOS Devices



Zoho introduced mobile slideshow viewer for its presentation app Zoho Show for Android and iOS devices. As a Zoho Show user, you can now carry your presentation on any device you choose – be it smartphones, tablets or laptops. The Sideshow Viewer lets you use a slide pen to mark or highlight content on any relevant slide. The highlighted content is reflected in real time on the screen displayed to the audience. This makes life easy for presenters who often struggle with pocket lasers to point out key takeaways. Additionally, you can also blacken slides to get your audience to focus on your narrative  while presenting. With the slide blackened, the audience’s attention is completely on the presenter and your talk rather than on the content or visuals displayed on the slide. This feature works best when you wish to refocus the audience attention on you or address audience questions.


2015. Zoho Show allows to integrate Twitter feeds to online presentations



Integrating Twitter into online presentations tool Zoho Show is an innovative feature designed to bridge the divide between audience and presenter. You can now insert and broadcast Tweets right into your slides to improve audience engagement and participation. Your audience can be anywhere across the globe, but still at the heart of your discussion. Twitter feeds also makes your presentation feel open, dynamic, and interactive. But dynamism needs control and moderation. Tweets can be positive or negative, respectful or insulting, and relevant to your point, or not. So Zoho Show gives presenter the flexibility to moderate and filter them.


2014. Microsoft’s new Office app, Sway becomes generally available



Microsoft’s Office Sway, an online tool for creating presentation documents, is now generally available to the public. Microsoft describes Sway as a new way to create a beautiful, interactive, web-based expression of your ideas, from your phone or browser. It is easy to share your creation and it looks great on any screen.  Sway is an interesting product given that it doesn’t have traditional files, like the original Office suite. So it was built for the cloud. Microsoft, of course, is working to convert Office into a cloud product that it can sell on a recurring basis via subscriptions.


2014. Online presentations service Prezi secures $57M



Cloud presentation platform Prezi that has been gradually eating away at Microsoft’s Powerpoint market share for the last few years, has secured a $57 million growth investment. Prezi is cloud-based, meaning you can present from your browser, desktop, iPad, or iPhone and always have the latest version of your work at your fingertips. Prezi’s software is unusual because the presentations it produces aren’t the usual lists of bullet points. They are based on images and require their creators to tell a story, which helps an audience absorb and remember the information. The service already has 50 million users. Underlying Prezi’s success to date has been its growing reputation amongst businesses which are using it to persuade clients, woo customers and train internally. Prezi has thus won fans at companies such as Salesforce, Lufthansa, Marriott and IBM.


2014. SlideShare gets iOS app



LinkedIn rolled out the first-ever iOS app for SlideShare, the presentation and content-sharing platform. It's offering a modern, clean layout to browse and search through the presentations hosted on SlideShare’s service. It also adds more social experience, allowing you to like and share the presentations you come across, and follow the categories you care about. Users have their own profiles on the app, where you’re able to see all the presentations you’ve liked, uploaded and saved. And you can view presentations from your friends and professional network, tying LinkedIn’s social graph into SlideShare more directly, so you can see what’s popular within your own group.


2014. SlideShare makes Pro features Free



LinkedIn-owned SlideShare, the service for publishing presentations online is going free. It's dropping its PRO accounts and making extra features, which used to come at a price, free for all. The most popular paid feature is analytics. It lets you know who has looked at your presentations (including location), how they found the content, which sites are driving traffic to the presentation, and other engagement metrics — much like the profile viewing analytics on LinkedIn’s main site. Another paid features include the ability customise your profile, to set presentations to private so that only specified users can view them, as well as video uploads. Thus LinkedIn wants to increase the number of active visitors and uploads to the site and to collect more data for itself about how business people are using its cloud-based services.


2013. VMware sold out Zimbra and SlideRocket


Probably, Aaron Levy was right. With the development of SaaS API technologies it's no longer profitable to buy all enterprise software from one vendor (and for vendors it's not profitable to build full enterprise stacks). For the last couple of years VMWare was trying to build (or rather buy) the own stack of enterprise software, and now it sells it out to focus on what they really do well - virtualization systems. In March VMWare sold online presentation service SlideRocket to ClearSlide (which specializes in sales apps) and today it sold Zimbra Collaboration Suite to the developer of enterprise community-building solutions - Telligent. Recall, WMWare bought Zimbra from Yahoo! in 2010. The video above shows how VMWare was inspired by Zimbra few months ago.


2012. LinkedIn acquired Youtube for presentations - SlideShare



LinkedIn, the professional social network #1, is doing fine. During two last quarters LinkedIn manages to double its incomes - already up to $188 million/quarter. And the company is already valued at $10 billion. That's why LinkedIn can afford to buy the new users in bulk - for example, by purchasing online service SlideShare for $119 million. SlideShare works like Youtube - only not for video - but for presentations. And its target audience - are mostly business users (like in LinkedIn). You can upload to SlideShare your PowerPoint presentation and publish it anywhere in the embeddable web-viewer (like yuotube video). Besides SlideShare - is itself an additional marketing channel with a large audience, so by publishing a presentation on it, you can get new customers and partners. Will LinkedIn somehow integrate SlideShare into its network - is not clear yet, but at least they have already embedded LinkedIn presentation on the SlideShare homepage.


2011. Online presentations go HTML5: SlideShare and Zoho Show


It seems that the days of Flash as a platform for the Rich web interfaces are really coming to an end. Online presentation services, for which the Rich-interface is most important, are ditching Flash in favour of HTML5. Last year, the market leader, SlideRocket released the HTML5-viewer and today the most popular presentation sharing service SlideShare has done the same. Moreover, SlideShare not just added the HTML5-view option but completely removed the Flash-option. Developers say the new HTML5-viewer is 30% faster and displays presentation on tablets (like iPad) and smartphones. In addition, you can now select and copy text from a presentation with the help of the mouse. Unlike its rivals, Zoho Show service was originally built on HTML and Ajax. And that's why it reached even more progress in creating presentations on HTML5. Today Zoho has announced the new version Zoho Show 3, which includes impressive editing features for vector and raster graphics and animation support. Moreover, unlike SlideRocket, Zoho Show uses HTML5 not only in the viewer. The presentation editor is also working on HTML5. The new version also allows to collaboratively edit presentations in real time and demonstrate presentations via the Internet in the interactive mode.


2011. VMWare acquired online presentation service SlideRocket



Virtualization and Cloud market giant VMWare has acquired, perhaps, the best online presentation service SlideRocket. SlideRocket is known for being one of the first presentation tools that neglected the traditional format of business presentations, imposed by Microsoft PowerPoint and turned presentations into the WOW show. SlideRocket lets you create really impressive presentations using a variety of 3D effects and multimedia contents. In addition, SlideRocket provides collaboration tools, the large library with presentation themes and elements, and even the marketplace where you can find help in creating the presentation. Presentation created in SlideRocket can be showed on a laptop or tablet, published on the Web or demonstrate over the Internet using a conference call. Why VMWare needs such a service? Hardly VMWare has a specific interest in the online presentation market. Just, apparently, the executives of VMWare and SlideRocket met at some event, drink some tea together and thought "why not?". Moreover, VMWare wants to provide the complete stack of business software: from the platform to business apps. Remember, last year VMWare acquired the popular collaboration system Zimbra.


2011. Prezi+iPad - ideal presentations at conferences

We continue to find new interesting ways of how iPad (and other tablets) can be used in the Enterprise. We have already mentioned that for executives and sales persons who often go to business meetings iPad can serve as a cool accessory to impress the client. But frankly speaking, nobody will demonstrate presentations on the iPad at these business meetings. Projector or laptop with bigger screen are much more appropriate for this case. But at different exhibitions and conferences, where you can meet many partners and customers, iPad - is an ideal solution to show presentation on the go. Besides, now the spectacular presentation tool has appeared - Prezi for iPad. We have already reviewed Prezi - it's one of the most original and exciting services for online presentations. And on the iPad it looks impressive. It's interesting that presentations are not saved on the tablet, but broadcasted from the Internet. Besides this first version doesn't support video, animation and PDF files. It also doesn't allow to edit presentations - only to demonstrate.


2009. Prezi - fresh look at the Web presentations



When it comes to presentations, the minimalist style, that is usually more appropriate to business applications - not works so fine. Because you want your audience (potential customers) to say "WOW!". That's why besides the classic presentation apps, such as PowerPoint or Google Presentations, there is number of quite succesful alternative presentation tools such as SlideRocket with its incredible flash effects or Second Life with its virtual 3D auditories. The Hungarian start-up Prezi also belongs to this group. It has already gathered a lot of excited reviews, awards and investments. It's coolest feature is that the entire presentation is placed on one large virtual board, and its demonstration - is navigation on this board with dynamic scaling. You can add and position text, media content and design elements on this board. Then you create a route - connect the elements in the order (and scale) you want them to display. However, during the presentation you can easily change the route and the scale and freely browse the presentation. All this looks very dynamic and effective. Presentations can be demonstrated on the Internet or download it on your laptop and show offline. And you can create presentations in online account or in a special desktop application (available only in paid accounts). There are also collaboration features - you can share presentations with co-workers. Free account provides 100 MB disk space and allows to create only public presentations. Paid subscription costs $59 per month.