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[Web] Present.me lets you create presentations, share with others
Posted By Kent On September 5, 2013 @ 6:35 AM In World Wide Web | No Comments
Have you ever thought of finding a simpler way to create, upload and share your presentations? It doesn’t really matter if you are creating one for your school project or for your upcoming business presentation. What matters is that you can present your presentation properly. If you still haven’t used this web app called Present.me, then you might be interested in checking it out.
Present.me is a cloud-based web application that is designed to help you create, upload, edit and share your slide and video presentations. It is created and developed by a UK-based company and its aim is to provide a new way for presenters to effectively communicate to their audience. With the help of this web app, you can present your online presentations while talking to your audience at the same time. If you are the shy type, then you can simply record your voice while discussing the contents of your slides.
It is clear that what Present.me wants is to introduce a new and simpler method of presenting slides. This is actually a great option since you don’t only get to see the contents of the slides but you also get to see or hear its actual presenter. I find this web app very useful especially during those instances wherein you need to conduct some online lectures or webinars.
Besides, this web application is very easy to use. There’s no need for you to download or install anything. Everything is cloud-based and all you need to do is to sign up for a free account. After that, you are already set to upload or create your first presentation plus everything is presented in a way that is not difficult to understand. So even if you don’t know much about creating slides, you can easily make one by simply following the web app’s step-by-step instructions.
Another thing that I like about this web app is that you can choose from its four basic types of presentations. While you can publish a presentation that is purely composed of slides, you can also opt to record yourself while you’re explaining the contents of your slideshow. If you don’t want other people to see you, you can still present your slides while you narrate its important points.
Moreover, every Presentme that you can successfully publish will be immediately available to the public so everyone is allowed to view and share your presentations to various blogs, websites and social networks. Unfortunately, you cannot set your presentations to private-only mode. This feature is only available for paid users.
All in all, I could say that this web app has a lot of good points. It’s just that its free users won’t have the opportunity to make the most out of its features. Plus you are only limited to ten recordings per month.
Even if the free version of Present.me has limited features, I would still use it because it provides a hassle-free way of creating slide presentations with narratives and pre-recorded webcam videos. It’s definitely great for people who wish to share their knowledge about certain subjects – ex. online English teachers, professional lecturers, etc. I don’t see Present.me replacing PowerPoint any time soon, but it is something worth checking out.
Price: Free – users can upgrade to Plus for $16/month
Version reviewed: N/A
Requires: Any modern web browser with Adobe Flash 10.3 or higher on any operating system — Internet Explorer 7 or higher, Mozilla Firefox 12 or higher, Safari 5 or higher, Google Chrome 9 or higher.
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