A small yet exciting new feature is coming to Pagico for Desktop! Here’s a sneak peak about it:
Here is why: Presentics 1.8 is coming with a brand new Presentation Stat panel, that will show the composition of your presentation and provide some basic recommendations that are designed to help you make better presentations. Here’s a screenshot of how it looks like:
Already submitted to Apple for approval, Presentics 1.8 is estimated to arrive around February 25th.
Microsoft PowerPoint and Apple Keynote have been the kings of the hill when comes to doing presentations. As a newcomer, how does Presentics compare to these big boys? And as a user, what is the best tool for you to you for your next presentation? This articles briefly compares the different tools for your next presentations. Read More
Greetings, everyone! We are excited to let you know that Presentics 1.7 is now available on the AppStore. This version brings a couple of minor bug fixes, a brand-new icon, and better pricing for feature unlocks!
Starting from this version, you can unlock unlimited presentations and cloud-share separately, so you can pay for exactly what you need.
To update, please head over to the AppStore and grab it! Hope you’ll enjoy!
First off, many thanks for TUAW and editor Mel Martin for the article!! We are extremely excited and honored to have TUAW covering our app. Here’s a brief section from the article:
Presentics … is a fascinating presentation app for the iPad. … You can spin up some very nice presentations that work on your iPad alone or when it’s connected to a big screen or projector.
The app has some innovative features … Presentics allows you to draw on screen in real time, or import just about any media or text from the web, Dropbox, Google Drive or your own media already on your iPad. There is support for images, video clips, audio clips, documents (PDF, HTML, Word, PowerPoint, Pages, Keynote) and web pages, along with streaming media if you have an internet connection.
Besides the positives of Presentics, the article also points out a problem in the UI flow when comes to editing presentation content. Interestingly, we were not really happy about the way the Edit mode is designed, too. So we already worked hard to bring you the v1.5, which is currently waiting for Apple’s approval. Due around January 20th, the v1.5 is going to be much more user friendly than the current outgoing v1.3.
You can read the full article on TUAW.
Everyone, we’re excited to let you know that a new revision of Pagico for Desktop 6.5 (r1545) is now available for Mac, Windows and Ubuntu. For users on Mac and Windows, this is a minor update bringing minor improvements. For users on Ubuntu, this is a big one. It’s the first v6.5 release for Ubuntu, and it has quite a few Ubuntu-specific adjustments to further improve the user experience.
Upgrading is easy as usual, simply head over to the Downloads Section and grab it when you can. Hope you’ll enjoy!
Ryo and Team