Boinx Software released FotoMagico Remote for iPhone and iPod touch, an application that allows you to control FotoMagico presentations running on your Mac.
A security researcher says Microsoft is putting Mac users at risk by fixing the Windows versions of PowerPoint while announcing that patches for the same flaws in the Mac editions would not be released until June.
MacProVideo released a new series of video tutorials for users of Apple's Keynote '09.
If you’re often called on to give presentations, AutoCue—a mobile prompter for your iPhone or iPod touch—is an inexpensive and useful addition to your toolkit.
Learn a simple way to use chart fills from one iWork ’09 application in another iWork ’09 application. This is a useful trick because the programs don’t share all of their chart fills; many are exclusive to certain programs.
Jumsoft has released Keynote Quartet FX '09, a combination of four other packages it offers for Apple Keynote.
Versatile presentation aid combines a remote, mouse control, and laser pointer is a comfortable, easy-to-use Bluetooth accessory.
Keynote ’09 is an inspired application that gets better with time. If you create presentations for work or play, it’s worth the price of iWork. If you’re already using Keynote, the new version is a worthwhile upgrade.
Keynote ’09, part of the new version of iWork, delivers several exciting new features, while containing a few old shortcomings. Franklin N. Tessler gives you a tour of what to expect from the updated presentation app.
The PulpMotion update features a revamped user interface, better handling of text and aspect-ratio independence, the ability to create multi-song soundtracks, and new themes and presets.