Keynote is the most powerful presentation app ever designed for a mobile device. Start with an Apple-designed theme and add text, images, charts, tables, and shapes with just a few taps. Draw and write with Apple Pencil on iPad, or use your finger. Bring it all to life with cinematic animations and transitions that look as though they were created by your own special effects team. Add live video to your slideshow and appear right on your slides. Confidently present to your audience from anywhere, in person or virtually, and take turns controlling a presentation in multi-presenter slideshows. Collaborate with others at the same time • With real-time collaboration, your whole team can work together on a presentation at the same time on Mac, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch—even on a PC • Share your presentation publicly or with specific people, see who’s currently in the presentation with you, and view other people’s cursors to follow their edits • Available on presentations stored in iCloud or in Box Create stunning presentations • Choose from over 40 Apple-designed themes to give your presentations a beautiful start or create a quick draft by starting with a text outline • Use the slide navigator to quickly skim through your presentation, add new slides, and reorder slides • Use the built-in camera to add live video right on your slides • Engage your audience with interactive charts and chart animations • Quickly add photos and videos from the Photos app or any of over 700 editable shapes • Add an interactive image gallery to view a collection of photos • Use Instant Alpha to easily remove image backgrounds • Import and edit Microsoft PowerPoint presentations Cinema-quality animations • Beautiful cinematic slide transitions and impressive text and object animations • Magic Move effect to effortlessly animate and morph graphics • Emphasis builds let you add impact with one click • See live on-canvas previews as you animate your slides Present to your audience • Rehearse a presentation with current slide, presenter notes, and timer all in one view • Present on an external display or projector, or stream wirelessly using AirPlay and Apple TV • Use multi-presenter slideshows to let participants take turns controlling a shared presentation from their own device • Highlight with Apple Pencil or with your finger while presenting on iPad • Control your slideshow from iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or iPod touch • Create self-running, interactive shows for kiosks and displays iCloud • Turn on iCloud so you can access and edit your presentations from your Mac, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and from a Mac or PC browser at iCloud.com • Keynote automatically saves your presentations as you make changes Share a copy of your work • Export presentations to Microsoft PowerPoint, PDF, HTML, movies, and image files • Use AirDrop to send your presentation to anyone nearby Some features may require Internet access; additional fees and terms may apply.
Today Wednesday’s October 13th, 2021. I have just learned about key notes. I found them to be very interesting and I think they will be very helpful in the future. As I go on with my book I will know. One problem I have right now is when someone miss uses them. They would make key notes different. They would use it to abuse another person. Long story and awful.
Every time I try to add an animation it gets stuck on my iPad Pro 2020. Disappointed!
My privacy is being invaded and used without my consent by family members an Apple they give no permission or access for me to ever contact them before ever secretly recording or using any of my information I'm a mad individual who wants compensation I'm entitled to from Apple , Government, Medical Board , Harvard , keynote, AT&T everyone involved all my family members who have agreed to participate in this and never give me any information or answers to the questions I've asked !
Lifelong fan of Keynote here, all the way back to 1.0. It’s clearly still the ultimate piece of software of its kind, but the iPad UI needs to grow up. Limiting the inspector to popovers on everything except the 12.9” iPad Pro is, at this point in time, lazy. The area a slide would be afforded on an 11” iPad Pro if the persistent inspector panel were to its right is more than sufficient already. Compound this with the navigator’s ability to hide dynamically as well as the fact that zooming is so much easier on iPadOS than Mac, and you realize that even smaller iPads might be ok with this approach. Additionally, more advanced and adaptive ways of surfacing inspector-like UIs have evolved in both third and first party apps. A lot of screen real estate would be available to a horizontal version of the inspector, given that slides gravitate heavily toward 16:9 dimensions, while iPads display them on a 4:3 screen and move that ratio even further away from 16:9 due to the space needed for the navigator.
I’m using an M1 iPad Pro and yet it freezes when I open any file over 300mb
I have used this before and it is much better than PowerPoint. Would definitely recommend.
The latest update freezes presentation on launch. Nothing I can do to fix it.
The industry leading presentation program gets even better with the latest updates. Apple’s Keynote makes all other presentation programs very mediocre.
I use Keynote as my graphics design app of choice. It’s simple. Easy. Intuitive. Works amazing across iPad Pro + Mac. AND, has wonderful export options!!! Keep adding new features for iPad users, and I will be a customer for life!!
Keynote has to be my favorite, most used app. I still have the original Keynote box given away at MacWorld. In addition to presentations, I use it to mock up layouts of various sorts. I can take a photograph of part of the house then add in drawings to illustrate planned changes. The new feature marking objects editable really helps with this. I make training videos with Keynote. I gather data, screenshots and other information, then I manually go through the presentation and record my voice explaining the content. In Final Cut Pro I then clip out the stutters and such and add some arrows to highlight the items I am discussing. One thing Keynote really needs is full support for layers. It would be so much better if some layers could be hidden while others get worked on. Please, please, please.