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Easily create gorgeous presentations with the all-new Keynote, featuring powerful yet easy-to-use tools and dazzling effects that will make you a very hard act to follow.
The Theme Chooser lets you skim through an impressive collection of 30 new and updated Apple-designed themes. Once you’ve chosen the perfect canvas for your presentation, simply replace the placeholder text and graphics with your own words and images. Easy-to-use tools let you add tables, charts, shapes, photos, and videos to slides—and bring it all to life with cinematic animations and transitions that look as though they were created by your own special effects team. Animate your data with new interactive column, bar, scatter, and bubble charts.
Use iCloud to keep your presentations up to date across all your devices. You can instantly share a presentation using just a link, giving others the latest version and the ability to edit it directly with Keynote for iCloud beta from www.icloud.com using a Mac or PC browser.
With Keynote, you have all the tools you need to make an amazing presentation quickly and easily.
Get started quickly
• Choose from 30 Apple-designed themes to give your presentations a beautiful start
• Use the slide navigator to quickly skim through your presentation, add new slides, and reorder slides
• Engage your audience with new interactive charts and chart animations
• See live on-canvas previews as you animate your slides
• Use gorgeous preset styles to make your text, tables, shapes, and images look beautiful
Easy-to-use graphics tools
• Edit down to the pixel with rulers and alignment guides
• Simplified toolbar gives you quick access to shapes, media, tables, charts, and sharing options
• Professional-level graphics tools
• Use Instant Alpha to easily remove image backgrounds
• Free-form curves, shapes, and masks
• Connection lines
• Updated cinematic slide transitions for easily creating stunning presentations
• Magic Move effect now expanded to animate and morph graphics
• Gorgeous new slide transitions including Clothesline, Object Cube, Object Flip, and Object Pop
• New text and object animations including Vanish, Crumble, and Fade and Scale
• New Emphasis builds let you add impact with one click
Present to your audience
• Gorgeous new presenter display with support for up to six displays
• Recorded narration
• Create self-running, interactive shows for kiosks and displays
• Control your slideshow from iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with the Keynote Remote app (available separately from the App Store for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch)
• Turn on iCloud so you can access and edit your presentations from your Mac, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and iCloud.com
• Access and edit your presentations from a Mac or PC browser at www.icloud.com with Keynote for iCloud beta
• Keynote automatically saves your presentations as you make changes
Share your work
• Use AirDrop to send your presentations to anyone nearby
• Quickly and easily share a link to your work via Mail, Messages, Twitter, or Facebook
• Anyone with the link will always have access to the latest version of the presentation and can edit it with you at iCloud.com
• Take advantage of image and movie size optimization
• Import a wide range of media types including JPEG, TIFF, PNG, PSD, EPS, PDF, AIFF, MP3, AAC, and MOV
• Share as Movie to Facebook, Vimeo, and YouTube
• Export your presentations to Microsoft PowerPoint, PDF, QuickTime, HTML, and image files
• Choose from many different layouts to print your presentation or create handouts for your audience
For information on the security content of this update, please visit: support.apple.com/kb/HT1222
Some features may require Internet access; additional fees and terms may apply.
Keynote does not include support for some Chinese, Japanese, or Korean (CJK) text input features such as vertical text.
Keynote for iCloud beta is currently available in English only.
What's New in Version 6.2
• New "view only" setting lets you share presentations you want others to view but not edit
• Improved Presenter Display layouts and labels
• New transitions and builds: Object Revolve, Drift and Scale, and Skid
• Improved Magic Move including text morphing
• Apply motion blur to animations
• Show rulers as a percentage of document size
• Improved Instant Alpha image editing
• Media Browser improvements, including search
• Directly specify start and end points of movies
• Create custom data formats
• Export to PPTX format
• Improved AppleScript support
• Control the z-order of bubble chart labels
• Support for animated GIFs
• Detailed presentation import feedback
• Improved animation performance
• Improved bi-directional support: switch direction for text, lists and tables
• Allow objects on slide to layer with master
• Improved text box behaviour
• Usability improvements
Presenter Display still hamstrung
Many of the usability improvements in Keynote 6 are an improvement over Keynote 5.3, but the Presenter Display remains a huge step back, even in Keynote 6.2.
The biggest problem is the inability to customize the layout. In 5.3, you could move objects around and organize the display exactly how you liked them. I prefer to have my presenter notes take up the full vertical length of the display, with the current and next slides stacked on the left.
In 6.2, Keynote doesn’t give you this option. Keynote 5.3’s full drag-and-drop customization has been turned into Keynote 6.2’s rigid system that auto-arranges elements, and it does a bad job of it. I find it very difficult to give presentations with the bad options in 6.2.
And finally, exporting a PDF with presenter notes is still broken in 6.2. For some reason, if you include speaker notes in your PDF export, the actual slide content is shrunk to only take up half of its allotted space, which creates unusable PDFs.
PDF export was rock-solid in Keynote 5.3, of course.
It’s very disappointing that Keynote 6.2 remains a step back in these important ways.
Still not there
The app is much better with the new release, but even though Apple brought back some of the functions we lost with the unexplained step back of 6.0, there is still one thing I just can’t live without: Quicktime export with manual advance.
Well, for you to understand the need for that, I am a NAUI dive instructor, and I am in charge of developing new presentations of our courses. The distribution has been done in PowerPoint format, but with the more advanced Keynote, Quicktime was the new option, since not everybody owns a Mac. Now, I can’t do that anymore. So, I get two options: 1. Export to Keynote 5 and, after quite some time adjusting the presentation, generate a proper Quicktime movie. 2. Export to PowerPoint and spend a lot longer to do the same (since most of my animations are just lost, as this export mode works only for basic presentations). In both cases, once again, there would be no point to use Keynote 6.2.
Please Apple! Either bring back a proper Quicktime export or develop a Windows viewer, as Microsoft did for PowerPoint.
SOME IMPROVEMENTS but still bugs!
For this version: I add 2 stars for some improvement….but still lack one ability: copy vector image direclty from Adobe Illustrator to Keynote…therefore I still install Keynote ’09 to copy paste image ….
The new update is awesome, but bring some bugs … especially in the transition … in each transition before starting build in effect there is a delay for 1 to 2 seconds, when making video presentation it is a little bit annoying like the program is lagging … some build in effect like blur make more delay … I compare this with the previous version 6.0 … please fix this delay bugs….
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Apr 01, 2014
- Version: 6.2
- Size: 434 MB
- Languages: English, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
- Seller: Apple Inc.
- © 2003-2014 Apple Inc.
Compatibility: OS X 10.9 or later