Microsoft PowerPoint

Microsoft PowerPoint

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2014-03-27
  • Current Version: 2.16
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 337.41 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 56,830 Ratings

Description

The PowerPoint app gives you access to the familiar tool you already know. Quickly create, edit, view, present, or share presentations quickly and easily from anywhere. Need to access your most recently used PowerPoint files quickly while on the go? PowerPoint provides a quick view of your recent files for easy access on any device. Worried about multiple file versions when you work on PowerPoint mobile? Syncing is seamless across devices. Work with anyone and present to anyone, anywhere, with confidence. With PowerPoint, your Office moves with you. PowerPoint lets you make a lasting impression with powerful and customizable presentations that make you stand out. Create and present with confidence, from anywhere. Making a delightful and impactful presentation has never been easier. PowerPoint gives you the ability to edit your presentation and customize it on the go, collaborating with others in real time. Present with confidence Never miss a beat with PowerPoint on the go. You can make new presentations or continue working on existing ones. Since PowerPoint syncs your presentations to OneDrive, you can start a presentation on your PC, then edit and present using PowerPoint mobile. With presentation view on any device present your point clearly and with confidence, all without firing up your laptop. Make a lasting impression A beautifully crafted presentation is always a winner. With the powerful and highly customizable experience in PowerPoint, creating presentations that will make an impression and help you stand out is easier than ever. Work with others easily PowerPoint makes it easy for you to collaborate with others. With 1-click sharing, quickly invite others to edit, view, or provide feedback on your slides. Easily manage permissions and see who’s working in your presentation. Stay on top of changes and feedback from others with integrated comments within the slides. Compare changes to see how your presentation has evolved over time. To create or edit documents, sign in with a free Microsoft account on devices with a screen size of 10.1 inches or smaller. Unlock the full Microsoft Office experience with a qualifying Office 365 subscription (see http://aka.ms/Office365subscriptions) for your phone, tablet, PC, and Mac. Office 365 subscriptions purchased from the app will be charged to your App Store account and will automatically renew within 24 hours prior to the end of the current subscription period unless auto-renewal is disabled beforehand. You can manage your subscriptions in your App Store account settings. This app is provided by either Microsoft or a third-party app publisher and is subject to a separate privacy statement and terms and conditions. Data provided through the use of this store and this app may be accessible to Microsoft or the third-party app publisher, as applicable, and transferred to, stored, and processed in the United States or any other country where Microsoft or the app publisher and their affiliates or service providers maintain facilities. Please refer to the Microsoft Software License Terms for Microsoft Office. See “License Agreement” link under Information. By installing the app, you agree to these terms and conditions.

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Reviews

  • Download too BIG!

    2
    By BestAppsUser
    I will no longer use Wifi - the artificial limits on download are about to make me delete your LARGE App. I have a case at Apple and of course they blame you and the carrier - the support agent agrees it is “Stupid”. I wonder why it’s okay to stream Gigs of a baseball game or a movie but downloading an app that is Broken is a NO NO. MS NOT that differentiating these days. Same for other MS apps. I like Outlook but LookOUT to be gone too. And since I own the company that buys 365 and Azure gone is a BIG gone. Tick. Tick, tick. I’m sure that you are now aware I can let other users know all is well in a few days or so, therefore rating will go to a deserved location. As my I always say, “ when it doesn’t make sense it is about the Cents. Let’s use some common sense, and worry less about the small cents. Ready set GO! - drdave
  • Corrupted File

    1
    By Axnacion541
    I had a very important presentation to make and at the last minute there was an issue saving it and it got severely corrupted apparently. It hasn't opened since. This is such a shame and now I understand why Microsoft and Apple are so reluctant to fuse together for projects such as this. It's a complete disaster; an utter failure of the highest regard. One would expect more of not one, but two multi-billion dollar companies, allegedly attempting to (re)design a program which has already been on the market for over a decade. Seriously, it is as if a novice, trainee student from a back-alley detention center in Detroit was hired to design this app for a net sum of thirty cents. A disgrace. Additionally, some of the formats for inserted pictures actually reduce the quality of the photos themselves. This is also a problem with the PC version. I'm glad to be able to witness the headway Microsoft has made towards addressing these deficiencies. Or, perhaps lack thereof.
  • Very good

    5
    By vt woodman
    Enables me to work at home and on the fly. Very close to desktop version.
  • Too Many Problems with IOS

    1
    By adicadabra_
    I got an iPad for school and PowerPoint worked pretty well on it until recently. It just keeps failing to save my edits and then it tells me it can’t open the file anymore and I lose all the notes I’d taken in my PowerPoint. The tech people at my school told me it’s because PowerPoint doesn’t work well with IOS or something. It’s really frustrating and annoying. I guess I’m not going to use PowerPoint on my iPad anymore.
  • Ppt is the bomb diggity

    5
    By Benson Gvnther
    Would recommend. High quality software.
  • Limited Capabilities

    3
    By CBCalif
    This is not the PowerPoint that runs on a Windows Tablet or on a Mac Book, by any stretch of the imagination. You need to add substantially more features to it to make it completely functional for someone interested in preparing professional presentations in the academic or other worlds. Also, when I just opened a Presentation, PowerPoint just locked up — went into a loop upon opening, notifying me that it was trying to start [an unrequested] Slide Show. The only way to bring that loop to a halt was to uninstall the App and reload the application. Check your program code — you have a loop in it. I don’t want that happening when I am to give a lecture / presentation. These iPads have more than enough RAM and hard drive capacity to run the same PowerPoint that you make available for Windows Tablets running Office 365. Office Suite is coming closer and closer to Full blow Office for Word and PowerPoint. If they can do it, you should be accordingly more capable.
  • Pretty good version

    4
    By dc8johnson
    This is a pretty good version of PowerPoint. The layout is different and it has a lot fewer features. It works great for presentations and note taking. Editing anything but the simplest of presentations can be a challenge. But I like having it on the iPad!!
  • 还行

    5
    By AmmoniaCC
    还行
  • Audio issue.

    4
    By Villa2113
    I love PowerPoint and use it for presentations, only issue I have is that there is no “add audio” option for mobile and tablet devices. At least not for iPhone or ipads.
  • It won’t respond

    1
    By The One And Only Bear
    I use this on my iPad seeing as that is the only device I have. I do things like edits, presentations, etc. On PowerPoint however when I do these edits and such I have to screen record me tapping through slides. This brings two complaints. 1. I struggle to make everything go smoothly however it still takes many tries to get it right because when I tap to get to a new slide it simply doesn’t seem to move along through the slides. 2. There should be an option to simply take the slideshow and upload it to my photo/video library. Or simply upload them to things like YouTube, musical.ly, and other social media or school platforms.(if this is an option someone please tell me about it.)

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