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Presentation Link allows you to seamlessly mash PDFs, images, videos and web content into engaging mobile slideshows. By setting hyperlinks you can make your presentations truly nonlinear. In short, the app is powerful tool to show interactive presentations on your iPad.


Whether you use your iPad for face-to-face presentations or in front of a large audience, Presentation Link will always be a reliable companion in bringing your point across.

The app also works great with extremely large presentations or high resolution images and videos. Smart rendering ensures that slides are always at your fingertips when you need them, not a second later. Presentations and videos can be stored locally without the need for an internet connection.

The possibility to set hyperlinks in order to move seamlessly through the slides is excellent for nonlinear presentations. Move quickly to sections that are relevant to you. No need to flip through pages, wasting your and your audience’s time. Presentation Link is ideal for real-time presentations like sales pitches. Using the in-app browser you can even enrich your presentation with the wealth of information available on the Internet.

Once you have prepared a Presentation Link, it can easily be shared with your audience, customers or fellow workers. You can send your presentation by Email, update slideshows via Dropbox or share your files via the iTunes shared folder. Presentation Link also supports VGA and HDMI output to show your presentation to a larger audience via an external screen, TV or projector.

-Store your presentations right on your iPad
-Also works extremely well with large files
-Link to additional information through the in-app browser
-Lock your presentations to prevent editing

-Set hyperlinks and hotspots to create non-linear presentations
-Quickly jump to relevant slides using the overview screen
-Change the order of your slides by drag and drop
-Integrate videos and websites

-View your slideshows at an unmatched speed, due to optimized rendering
-Use VGA and HDMI output to show your presentation on an external screen or projector
-Share presentations via iTunes shared folder, Dropbox and Email
-Use kiosk mode or auto play to turn your iPad into an amazing iPad stand

-Sales pitches
-Company presentations
-Product presentations
-Lectures and educational presentations
-Show and tell presentations
-Non-linear presentations
-One-to-one presentations
-Presentations on external screens
-Kiosk presentations

-The Lite version is limited to three presentations
-The number of slides to be added is limited to a total of 200 slides

Note: You can also use your existing Keynote or Powerpoint presentations in the app. Simply print the presentations as pdfs or images and import them into Presentation Link. 17+ rating is due to the fact that the app has an in-app browser, which allows you to link your presentations to websites.

We also develop customized sales apps. Please contact us on mobile@zuhanden.de to mobilize your salesforce.

More information on http://www.presentation-link.com.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
20 Ratings
20 Ratings
ccallari85 ,

Great app

Thank you for this great app

Mrfich ,

Not Optimized for Keynote

This app would be much more useful if you could simply import and use a keynote file. I have to import my presentation as a PDF, and essentially rebuild my presentation from inside this application.

JacqHarper ,

So fun, so easy

I went searching (using keywords 'presentation' and 'iPad') for an app into which I could dump a bunch 'o different formats in order to look nifty for upcoming interviews. The app does exactly what it says it will; read the developer's notes, and then you will not be disappointed when your expectations of a PowerPoint or PDF editor are not met.

I downloaded the Lite version, so I am confined to three presentations, which may not (each?) exceed 200 slides. (I would rather stick a fork in my eye than present 200 slides, so I see this as a public service instead of a limitation.) The enclosed Tutorial was short and to the point, containing just the right amount of information to get me going. (It counts as one of the three presentations, so I have deleted it.)

I am a big Acrobat fan, and would be using PDFs for my task if I could find an app which would support the links, layers, JavaScript, embedded attachments and so forth upon which I rely for lots of interactive work. (iAnnotate is great, Adobe Reader for iPad is okay, but neither of them has the oomph I'm waiting for.)

That being said, I found Presentation Link easy to navigate and fun to work with. I created a 'master' page in Photoshop for the background elements (title, navigation images), although you could use PowerPoint or anything else which will export images. (I went with PNG.) Add the images to the presentation using DropBox, your onboard Photo app, or email. (You can drag them to and fro within individual presentations in a slide-sorter kind of way.) I put a 'navigation' slide up front, from which I link to five different slides which begin the 'sections' within the presentation. Installing a 'master button' on each page (on top of the static graphic already in place) provides a 'home button' function. (Unlike Acrobat, you can't change buttons on the fly.)

After some experimentation, I found that .mp4 files integrate and play well within the presentation. I created these in Photoshop as well, using the same background layer(s) and adding frame animations from layers. They act like all other 'slides' except they include a Play (triangle) button within the image. (Scrubber bar and volume controls appeared with no prompting. Good! I wish that I could scale them, or that they would appear in 'context only', because they overlay part of the animation. Next version?)

I did a quick test of a URL link from within the app, and that worked well.

There is an option to record voiceovers (in addition to volume control, above), but nothing I used contained any audio, so I can add nothing in that regard.

I was not able to create links *between* different presentations, and I really wanted to. I can understand limitations of linking to a laundry list of formats, but I would hope to divide my Presentations Lite by topic, audience (or something efficient) and then provide one spot from which to navigate to them all. Next version? (Full version?)

Great product, simple and sweet.


Zuhanden GmbH
4.1 MB
Requires iOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
Age Rating
You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
© 2012 Zuhanden


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