Apple's Keynote

On iOS devices, there is simply no app that compares to the touch-friendly tools and pro-level animations and transitions found in the latest version of Keynote.

Read full review
Published:
Photo by: Photo by Josh Miller/CNET / Caption by:

Edit objects with ease

With Keynote for iOS, you can adjust the style of objects in your slide by tapping an object then selecting the paintbrush button in the upper right.

Read full review
Published:
Photo by: Screenshot by Jason Parker/CNET / Caption by:

Add animations

Touch an object to select both your build-in and build-out animations for the object. You can then select the order of each animation for each object so it plays out the way you envisioned it.

Read full review
Published:
Photo by: Screenshot by Jason Parker/CNET / Caption by:

New interactive charts

With the latest Keynote you can include a chart in your presentation that shows how the data changes over time. You have full control over how your interactive chart is displayed and the data that drives the step-by-step animation.

Read full review
Published:
Photo by: Screenshot by Jason Parker/CNET / Caption by:

Change the style of objects

If you don't like the look of a graph you created, you can touch it in your slide, then select the paintbrush to switch it to a new color scheme, or change it into a 3D graph.

Read full review
Published:
Photo by: Screenshot by Jason Parker/CNET / Caption by:

Great options within themes

When you create a new slide within a specific theme, Keynote gives you several options for slide ideas you can use to present the information as you see fit.

Read full review
Published:
Photo by: Screenshot by Jason Parker/CNET / Caption by:

Share your presentation

You can share a link via iCloud to send your presentation to a friend or coworker for collaboration. You also can send a copy of the complete presentation, or open it in another app.

Read full review
Published:
Photo by: Screenshot by Jason Parker/CNET / Caption by:
Hot Galleries

Don't miss out

Join CNET for an exclusive live-stream chat with Google Lunar XPrize teams

Five representatives from the finalist Milestone teams will tell us how they plan to get to the moon and win $30 million next year. You won't want to miss this exclusive CNET event.

Hot Products