The iPad2 is the second generation of the iPad in the tablet computer category. It is sleeker and more stylish than its predecessor. One of the interesting things is that there are tons of apps that can be used on iPad2. One of the key types is apps is for making presentations.
This feature will certainly be loved by people in business, schools and the whole of the corporate world. Making a presentation on a tablet is a lot easier than making it on a laptop simply because a table is lot lighter than a laptop and it is certainly more portable. This ease in handling makes it not only convenient but a superior option than making a presentation on a PC or laptop.
There are certain accessories that are needed that will enable making a presentation on a tablet. These are an Apple Digital Adapter, a projector or a TV. There are certainly a few free ipad apps for presentation, most of them come under $5 price tag.
As far as presenting apps go, Keynote has a presentation app for ipad2 as well as for iPods and iPhones. This app is meant to help you in making presentations in no time. When it comes to choosing templates for the presentation, apple has some predesigned themes that one can choose from.
One can use the onscreen keyboard to input the text content in the slides. One can also insert presentation aids like charts, tables and images into the presentation very easily. Keynote’s compatibility with iCloud means that the presentations get updated on other apple devices as well.
One of the top free ipad2 apps for presentations is the presentation clock. This tool comes extremely handy when you want to time yourself while making a presentation or a tutorial or any training session. It has lovely animation.
One can also determine threshold times during the presentations and based on that the colors are changed on the presentation clock. Once the ‘set time’ is over, that is the clock hits 0:00, it will continue ticking now showing you how much you have gone over the ‘set time’.
There are apps like Conference Pad which is available for $5 which enables you to take charge and control the presentation that’s going on other iPads, iPhones or iPods. You can control as many as 15 presentations at a time. This can be done wirelessly either via Bluetooth or using Wi-Fi. This certainly is a big technological breakthrough which has made the traditional ‘PowerPoint and slide-printouts’ approach obsolete.