Keynote for iOS makes it simple to create and deliver beautiful presentations — with nothing but your fingers. Powerful tools and dazzling effects bring your ideas to life. You can work seamlessly between Mac and iOS devices. And work effortlessly with people who use Microsoft PowerPoint.
Picture a dazzling presentation. Then make it happen with easy-to-use visual tools. Bring up the camera to take and drop in a photo without leaving your presentation. Add reflections and picture frames. Beef up your data with interactive charts. Tie it all together with cinema-quality transitions. And preview all the action live, right there on your canvas. Keynote is built to handle it. Spectacularly.
Designed for simplicity
It’s easy to get the show started.
From the first tap, Keynote sets the stage for a compelling presentation. An intuitive interface puts all the tools you need front and centre. It’s optimised for Multi-Touch. And it’s built to harness the 64-bit performance of iOS 8. So everything runs smoothly — no matter how big or graphically rich.
Data takes centre stage.
When it comes to explaining data, a chart is worth a thousand words. Tap to choose from column, bar, pie, scatter and bubble charts — and more. Use animation to add visual impact. And make your charts interactive to focus attention on important stages of the story. The effect is huge, but the effort isn’t.
Put all your devices to work. Together.
You don’t work in just one place on just one device. The same goes for Keynote. Presentations created on your Mac look exactly the same on your iPhone or iPad and vice versa. And it’s effortless to move your work from one device to another. You can even access your presentations from the web, share them and collaborate with others in real time.
Easy to share
Expand your audience.
Keynote makes it easy to share your show with a cast of dozens. You can send a copy of your file straight from the toolbar. Or share a link to your presentation with anyone you want. So nobody has to wrangle lots of copies. You can even work on files that are stored with third-party services. And presentations can be sent via services such as Gmail or Dropbox. It makes connecting with your team — and ultimately your audience — a lot smoother.
Microsoft PowerPoint friendly
You don’t have to work in Office to work with Office.
Teaming up with someone who uses Microsoft PowerPoint? Keynote makes it a great working relationship. You can save Keynote documents as PowerPoint files. Or import and edit PowerPoint documents in Keynote. Most popular PowerPoint features are supported too. Now it’s no problem to work on the same project. Even if you use different apps.