Shared Paper Lite

July 25, 2013

A new Pad app was launched a few days ago that really makes the iPad an amazing company tool. This new app is called Shared Paper Lite and is fantastic for making and sharing presentations. It doesn’t take a brain cosmetic surgeon to identify that the iPad interface asks to be utilized in presentations. Steve Jobs understood that the iPad tablet would be in the class and the conference room from the early design days. There are lots of discussion design apps currently on the app store however Shared Paper Lite really caught our eye for a number of reasons. One crucial difference is that this iPad app is more than a slide audience presentation device it’s an editor likewise.

We think this app is going to have mass appeal due to the fact that there’s need for an iPad app than can do some heavy lifting when making a discussion. I’ve a pal who’s a huge ticket corporate sales rep who likes his iPad and takes it on all the sales calls. Nonetheless, he never fully integrates the iPad into his presentations due to the fact that every little thing he requires is in multiple apps and on a legal pad. I revealed Shared Paper Lite to him and he instantly saw the potential of using this app for a large part of his discussion. (screenshot and video demo after break)

We really like the designers principle of a zoomable canvas to write and make use of during presentations and conferences. A scale at the top of your iPad screen programs where you’re in the expandable canvas of this app. They have done a good task of consisting of all the fundamental illustration tools with a simple user interface to browse with. This iPad app likewise enables you to add text, modification colors, brush sizes, choose and step and rotate any things as required and even import and embed images.

But what I think is the silver bullet of this top iPad app is the capability to easily work together on the drawing canvas. With the use of a wifi connection you can share your ideas quickly like a fully interactive whiteboard in between linked iPads. This helps with much better communication and motivates creativity as others can reveal their ideas simultaneously on a different iPad tablet making use of the exact same canvas.

Easily change your drawing canvas into a presentation with a few taps to choose preset views of your canvas and display it as a slideshow. We truly liked the change choices of the slideshow that can be clean fades, or fly-through zooms from one place on the canvas to the next. They have also incorporated Airplay so you can beam this to a TELEVISION or huge screen.

At completion of your discussion you can export your work as a PDF document or as an image file. This is among the very best iPad app business tools we have seen lately. We think this developer is tracking down a golden road of opportunity as this iPad app expands.

Shared Paper Lite is Free and the complete paid version of Shared Paper is on sale for $4.99 (regular $6.99) on the app store. In Shared Paper Lite, illustrations are limited to 25 things and 3 active documents. The complimentary variation is a wonderful method to give it a test drive before delving into the complete variation. Which we predict you will.

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