A simple, fullscreen file viewer with an interactive or automatic display mode.
* borderless display, gesture-driven
* support for common image and office file formats
* single page PDF rendering
* interactive HTML display
* preview and remote control via Apple Watch
* select images from your photo album
* share data with near by devices
* controlling up to 15 remote devices for simultaneous display
Image file formats: JPG, GIF, TIF, PNG, BMP
Office file formats: Keynote, Numbers, Pages (09 or newer), XLS, PPT, DOC (Office 97 or newer), RTF
PDF: single page rendering
HTML: borderless display in WebKit
You can copy files from iTunes or download from Dropbox. Exhibition contains no user interface elements, hence it's perfectly suited as a neutral presentation environment.
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Ratings and Reviews
What I like is that it does’t crop my pictures so as to utilize the maximum screen like the Apple Photos app, (forcing me to manually resize each photo in order to view it as I intended). The album cover flow display feature is very cool and I like the Dropbox integration. I don’t do presentations but if ever the opportunity arises it looks like the file sharing capability will be a plus. A straightforward slideshow app, well designed.
Exhibition Slide Show
This is a great and simple application which lets you create a slide show from files in a Dropbox folder. It is very efficient and stable so that I can rely on it for a Set List when performing.
Being able to change the slide order would be fabulous but in the meantime adding a file name prefix is all you need to do.
Endless slide show via single PDF
I have PowerPoint presentations that I wanted to display as an endless slide show on an iPad. I export them as PDFs and then can use this app to achieve that. Such a simple idea yet this was the only app that I could find to do that.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.