Story starters

The app gives you guides for common presentation types that help you create each slide. Don't worry too much about what you pick, though, you can customize it any way you want.

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Your voice is the narrative

To get started, record your explanation for the first slide.

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Pick from several themes

Touch buttons at the top to change the layout, the theme, or the background music. There are 30 different themes to choose from.

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Pick photos for slides

Touch the slide and select 'photo,' then you can pull images from your iPad photo library or other cloud storage services.

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Whimsical soundtracks

The app gives you a huge number of music options to choose from that will accompany your presentation.

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