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The best case scenario for Apple Keynote is that you get it built-in with any MacBook, so you don't have to download anything and you're good to go for any sort of presentation. One more thing which I really admire about Keynote is that it has really cool animation style, You can literally create some basic video content using Keynote. Animations are also very easy to use, so If you want to have more animations you can just use Keynote instead of Powerpoint. Keynote has never been less appropriate until you have Windows as your Operating System. Another time where Powerpoint takes an edge is when you have to use a lot of features.
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If we need to create a presentation that we know may take time, Pitch makes it very easy to create it in a fraction of the time because there are many presentation categories with dummy data and pictures which help as a guide and cut presentation development drastically. The end result is usually same or better than hiring a professional.
Read full review Pros Resources to build beautiful presentations Complete software with many possibilities to customize your presentation Customizable presenter display Possibility to record presentation Reliable application Versatile Read full review Editing Millions of images Data integration is very easy. Read full review Cons The way you adjust timings for builds and transitions was a bit counterintuitive for me. Once I got the hang of it, it was fine. The timings don't work the same as they do in PowerPoint. So if you are a PowerPoint user, that may be something you have to adjust to when you switch to Keynote. I feel that adding images can be clunky when working with image placeholders. Apple Keynote forces you to use the Photo app to replace image placeholders. Read full review Same type of features across all platforms. More templates can be added with more options of modification. Addition or more shapes to gallery. Read full review Alternatives Considered
While I don't use Keynote for every slide deck project need (software preference often is dictated by what the client has access to), I will promote KeyNote as the preferred format if the client is software-agnostic. The drag and drop feature is incomparable with other software options — a feature I've come to love and miss when I am required to use another program. As previously mentioned, the smooth interface and master template user-friendliness also helps raise Keynote above their competition.
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Pitch is a powerful version of Power Point, with enough features to create very professional and fast presentations.
is good but the results are limited, you need to get/buy something almost ready but with Pitch you can do it as fast but better looking and with more flexibility
Read full review Return on Investment Apple Keynote comes inbuilt on Apple Devices, so technically it does not require any additional payment which is a positive ROI. Apple Keynote offers various functionality and a wide variety of themes, which is a plus point. Apple Keynote syncs the presentation on various devices using iCloud. Read full review You can edit a lot more here. Playful presentation. Hint of uniqueness from those boring presentation. Read full review ScreenShots