Software : Microsoft : PowerPoint for iOS

Microsoft PowerPoint for iOS

Version
(as of 12/16/2015)
1
Platform
LicenseCommercial
CategoryProductivity

Software Overview

Main Features

  • Supports the PPTX and PPT formats
  • Provides rich formatting capabilities includes textboxes, font, images, tables, and shapes
  • Enables you to view speaker notes while presenting
  • Syncs your presentations across all your devices

Microsoft PowerPoint is a presentation application for iPhones and iPads. You can view PowerPoint presentations for free but you must sign in to your Microsoft Office 365 account in order to create or edit a presentation.

PowerPoint supports the PPTX and PPT formats and provides capabilities similar to the desktop version. The mobile app provides full support of rich formatting capabilities including textboxes, font, shapes, and speaker notes. You can also insert images, charts, tables, animations, transitions, and SmartArt to liven up your presentation. When presenting, PowerPoint allows you to view your speaker notes and use the built-in laser pointer, pen, or highlighter.

PowerPoint enables you to access your presentations from iCloud, OneDrive, SharePoint, and Dropbox. You can work on you presentation simultaneously with other users and any content or formatting edits made to your presentation are reflected on your computer and mobile devices.

PowerPoint for iOS is a great complement to the desktop version of the program. It gives you many of the same capabilities as the desktop version and syncs your work on all of your devices through your Office 365 account. If you have the desktop version of PowerPoint and have an iOS device be sure to get Microsoft PowerPoint for iOS to edit your presentation on-the-go.

Supported File Types


Primary file extension

.PPTX – PowerPoint Open XML Presentation

Other file extensions used by Microsoft PowerPoint for iOS 1

Supported File Types
.JPGJPEG Image
.PNGPortable Network Graphic
.PPTPowerPoint Presentation
Additional Related File Formats
.JPEGJPEG Image

Updated: December 16, 2015