DoxOut's iPad apps get major updates
Skopje, Feb 06, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Presentation Note, the app with a mission to replace the laptop with an iPad when giving live presentations, has received a major update. The app is available for download at the app store for $4.99 and its feature limited version, Presentation Note Lite, is free.
The update includes a complete redesign on the front end and an entirely new code base on the back end, aiming to improve the overall stability and reliability of the app.
Presentation Note lets you import Microsoft Office(TM) PowerPoint and PDF files from various sources (DropBox(TM), Box(TM), Google Drive(TM), Microsoft SkyDrive(TM), email account or PC/Mac) to your iPad. The files are then processed and stored on iPad's drive. It features advanced presentation tools.
The main difference between Presentation Note and its competitors is that the data is kept only on the iPad's drive, a feature requested by many companies due to security issues. Additionally, the presentations look sharp and crisp, especially on Retina displays.
Crisp and sharp, HD looking presentations
Files are kept on iPad's drive for offline access and security
Use your iPhone as a remote with the free Presentation Note Remote app
Appser for Google Docs(TM) is a one-of-kind application that runs the full, web version of Google Docs(TM) on the iPad. By using an in-house developed technology, Appser will access docs.google.com and serve users the web version of Google Docs(TM) directly on their iPad.
The app has been critically acclaimed by the developer community for its revolutionary approach in the ability to run web apps on the iPad.
Connect the iPad to an external screen, and use the iPad screen as a keyboard for a near-PC experience
"Magnet touch", state-of-the-art accuracy when clicking even on the tiniest icons
Edit documents, spreadsheet and presentations
Appser for Google Docs(TM) is for those who like to have the original Google Docs(TM) web app available on their iPad. Appser for Google Docs(TM) makes editing and creating presentations, documents and even spreadsheets on the iPad possible, unlike the native Google Drive(TM) app that enables only light editing of word documents and spreadsheets. We are in no way connected or affiliated with Google Inc., nor did we have access to the Google Docs(TM) code.
More info about Appser for Google Docs(TM) is available on http://appser.docucalc.com.
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