Top 3 Android Presentation Apps for Teachers

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June 16, 2015
When it comes to Android presentation apps the options we have are very limited compared to iOS apps for the same category. Apps such as Haiku Deck, Story Desk and many others are not yet available in Google Play store.  There are however some good alternatives to consider for your Android. The list below features what we think are the best 3 presentation apps for Android users:

1- Google Slides

Google Slides allows you to create, edit, and collaborate with others on presentations right on your Android-operated device.  Some of the things you can do with Google Slides include: create new presentations from scratch or edit those you created on the web; share presentations and work together with others in the same presentation at the same time; open, edit, and save Microsoft PowerPoint files; Add and rearrange slides, format text and shapes, and more.

2- Microsoft Office Mobile

‘Microsoft Office Mobile is the official Office companion optimized for your Android phone. You can access, view and edit your Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint documents from virtually anywhere. Documents look like the originals, thanks to support for charts, animations, SmartArt graphics and shapes. When you make quick edits or add comments to a document, the formatting and content remain intact.’

3- Prezi

‘Prezi’s Android app lets you view and show all your prezis whenever and wherever you want, even remotely. Present live to your colleagues across town or across the world, or follow along with their presentations, no matter where you happen to be. Some of the features provided by Prezi include: Access and view your entire online prezi collection; Practice and rehearse any presentation, wherever you are; Watch and present prezis remotely;  Easily share your prezis via email or any chat app and many more.’

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