Slideshow Remote® combines two great tools in a single app: the most advanced remote control for Windows PowerPoint and a brand new Keynote and PowerPoint mobile viewer. You can control your PC, transfer files with iTunes (Mac and Windows), open presentations attached to emails, view your slides, display on HDTV and share via AirPlay. See below for limited features available on Mac.
“A must have for any PowerPoint user”, Appmodo
“Excellent, easy-to-use application”, 148Apps
“A very powerful app”, Philip Garde
• Wirelessly control PowerPoint via Wi-Fi
• Open PowerPoint and Keynote attached to emails
• View current and next slide
• Jump to previous/next slide
• Jump to first/last slide
• Slider to reach any slide
• Start/stop presentation
• View and edit presenter's notes
• Supports international characters
• Blank screen (black/white)
• Timer for elapsed time
• Audio and vibration feedback
• Disable device auto-lock
• Supports Retina display
• Zero configuration with Bonjour for Windows
• Automatic and manual connection modes
• Control any app with page up/page down keys
• Share slides via AirPlay
• View on the new Apple TV
• View on external monitor or projector
• Select output resolution
• Supports 1080p Full HD output
• See notes using font styles
• Zoom notes for better viewing
• Select and copy notes
• Browse hyperlinks
• Browse slides in thumbnail view
• Quick jump to any slide
• Screen auto-refresh for animations
• Draw/erase annotations on screen
• Switch between active presentations
• Open recent presentations
• Download slides to mobile device
• View slides without a PC
• Laser Beam
• Customize cursor size
• Big Arrow
• Hand Cursor
• Red Laser Beam
• Blue Fountain Pen
• Print slides via AirPrint
MAC OS X 10.8 FEATURES
• PowerPoint 2011 and Keynote '09
• View current slide / screen capture
• Jump to previous/next/first/last slide
• View presenter's notes
Get the most advanced remote control for Windows PowerPoint. Slideshow Remote is easy-to-use and offers more features than any other similar apps or traditional USB remotes.
Slideshow Remote requires Microsoft Windows (XP/Vista/7/8/10) or Mac OS X (10.8), Microsoft PowerPoint (2003/2007/2010/2013/2016) and our free Logic Server. You will need a working Wi-Fi connection between your iPhone and your computer. If you’re not connected to a Wi-Fi base station, you can create a “computer-to-computer” ad hoc network. Automatic connection requires Bonjour for Windows installed with iTunes. Slide download requires Logic Server. Downloaded slides are displayed without multimedia, effects and transitions. External display requires a compatible monitor, Apple VGA adaptor and an iPad/iPhone 4/iPod touch 4th generation. AirPrint requires iOS 4.2 and a compatible printer.
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Ratings and Reviews
Problems running on an 8G iPod
The pictures for this program promote its use on an iPhone, so my assumption was that it should also work on an iPod, since the two products can essentially run the same apps. After purchasing the app, and loading up the desktop / laptop app to allow the iPod to advance the PowerPoint slides, I followed the advice from the instructions. Load the PowerPoint presentation, make it full screen, and open the app on the iPod. Immediately, the iPod app found the app on the desktop computer and loaded the same screen view on the iPod. However, the first problem is that the screen view is very small, and cannot be increased. The next problem is that when you try to advance the slide, there is a time lag, and an occassional loss of signal. Apparently, the size of the file is so large on the iPod, it labors to upload the next view and crashes. I don't know if more Gig would help, but as an instructor, I would be hesitant to try it out on an unsuspecting class. I have read that this program works better on an iPad, where the sreen surface is much larger, and the potential memory can be higher. In any event, I am disappointed in the first trial, and probably won't be using it in the classroom.
Really nice app, worth the money.
This is a really nice app.
I am trying to use an eee PC for my powerpoint presentation, and it doesn't support extended display, so I cannot use the presenter's view on it. This app does allow a really nice presenter's view, and you can really control the slide presentation from the iPad. Really cool.
After installing the server and bonjour in the windows computer, it worked like a charm, and does all it promises, no communications problem whatsoever (so far, at least).
Now, why did I not give it 5 stars?
1. The Windows side server needs apple's Bonjour for Windows, but doesn't come bundled with it nor does it auto-download it. You have to download it yourself. Not a biggie, but annoying.
2. Doesn't recognize "hidden slides". Sometimes I "hide" some slides in the presentation, and these should not appear in the "next slide" screen, but they do. This can be confusing if you are looking at the "next slide" frame to know what to expect.
3. No way to click something in the slide. For instance, if you have a movie embedded, you need to move the mouse using the computer to click on it, there's no way to activate it from the app. It would make the app even nicer.
4. Pointer/annotation tool. It would be nice to have some way to point at the screen and add real time notes. A "pen" would be wonderful. A future upgrade maybe? (Let's hope...)
Just what I was looking for.
Worked great as long as I followed instructions!
As an instructor, this application was exactly what I was looking for. I read the reviews, good and bad, hoping it would work for me. I teach computers and networking. So, I figured I could work around any technical problems.
I installed it on an XP system there were no technical problems. It controlled my presentation as advertised.
I installed it on a Windows 7 system there were no technical problems. It controlled my presentation as advertised.
The next day it did not appear to be working. However, it was. I made a wrong assumption. I thought it wasn't working because after my iPad connected, the Logic Server Devices List still said "Waiting for New Devices" I was expecting it to show my iPad name as connected.
Here are some pointers based on my experience.
* Start your PowerPoint
* Follow their instructions for setup on your iPad and computers.
* Remember, even if the Logic Server Devices List still says "Waiting for New Devices" you may very well be connected.
* Make sure the Logic Server is set to the correct monitor
* Click on the screen displaying the presentation. If you do not, the iPad will not control the presentation.
* Select your presentation from the Open Menu on your iPad.
- 4.4 MB
- Requires iOS 6 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- Copyright © 2009-2017 LogicInMind
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.