5 iPhone Remote Apps to Control Your Powerpoint Presentation

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5 iPhone Wireless Presenter Remote Control Apps to Control Your PowerPoint Presentation.

In our busy days as a student or as a business professional, we usually encounter certain situations were we need do slide presentations in class, at the office, in a business meeting, a public convention and other similar engagements. Explaining things using a commercial presentation program like Powerpoint makes it easier for our audience to understand things with the use of visually appealing images, graphs, videos, audio, and graphic animations.

Wireless presenters and other presentation remotes can be handy during the actual presentation. However, remote control devices like wireless presenters can entail extra cost. If you have a high end mobile phone such as the iPhone, why not transform your iPhone as wireless presenter to control your slide presentation? Here, I have compiled 5 iPhone wireless presenter remote control apps to control your PowerPoint presentation.

5 iPhone Wireless Presenter Remote Apps

jumipresenter

1.) JumiPresenterJumiPresenter is an iPhone app which transforms your iPhone into a professional remote control for PowerPoint. Some of it’s core features include: (1) Presentation control & slide movement; (2) On Screen slide markup; (3) See your notes while you present; (4) See & control the windows desktop; (5) Open / switch to presentations from your hard-disk; and (6) Connects via WiFi, 3G, or Edge.

Price: $5.99 via iTunes App Store

logitech touch mouse

2.)  Touch Mouse (by Logitech) – While not necessarily a PowerPoint remote control, Touch Mouse further extends your phone’s capabilities by letting you turn your iPhone into a wireless trackpad and keyboard to control your computer. Its features include: (1) Multi-touch trackpad with option for two or three buttons; (2) Two-finger scrolling; (3) Keyboard with modifier keys; (4) On-screen text display while typing; and (5) Trackpad and keyboard are available in landscape and portrait modes. Also works on iPod Touch.

iClickr for iphonePrice: FREE via iTunes App Store

3.) i-Clickr PowerPoint Remote – A very powerful and neat PowerPoint remote control for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. i-Clickr lets you (1) view your slide and slide notes right on your handset as you present; (2) make annotation on your iPhone and show it to your audience as you present; (3) click your way through your next slideshow in style; (4) control your presentation directly from your iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad  using WiFi; (5) helps you precisely manage your presentation time. This amazing app was even featured in New York Times in 2009.

mypoint powerpoint remotePrice: $9.99 via iTunes App Store

4.) MyPoint PowerPoint RemoteMyPoint is seemed to be the best free iPhone PowerPoint remote available online. It’s amazing features include (1) Slide navigation: back / next / goto slide via slide browser; (2) Display on iPhone: Current slide, notes, preview of next 3 slides; (3) Network connection: Wifi, auto-detection via Bonjour; and (4) Slideshows: Supports slideshows with notes, animations, and different screen ratio’s (e.g. widescreen). It’s also compatible with iPad and iPod Touch.

Price: Free via iTunes App Store
slideshow remote powerpoint
5.) Slideshow Remote for PowerPointSlideshow Remote is the most advanced presentation remote: you can control PowerPoint for Windows, download and display slides with the new offline viewer and connect an external HD monitor or projector. It looks very professional with intuitive and gorgeous user interface and illustrated quick reference guide to help you use it for the first time. With it, you can also view your slides on your Apple TV.

Price: $4.99 via iTunes App Store

Try these 5 iPhone PowerPoint remote control apps and express with one do you like best. If you think this is helpful, don’t forget to share it post to your friends by clicking the share buttons below.



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