A new app for making slideshow presentations with voice has a simple step-by-step process.
If you don't already have an explainer video in mind, you can browse through several ideas for your presentation in the app.
When you pick an idea, Shadow Puppet helps you along with tips.
You can always switch up the order of your slides or add new images or videos to your presentation.
When you're finished you can share to social networks, via email and messaging apps, or open the video in another video editor like iMovie.
You get a basic set of tools for drawing on your presentation in real time while you record. There are a number of icons that are locked, but you can pay $1.99 (£1.49/$2.49 AUD) to unlock them all.
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