6 Simple Apps for Setting Up Your Next Presentation
6 best presentation apps for your business for iPhone, iPad, Android and smartphones

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6 simple apps for the presenting A/V pro's best friend -- their smartphone or tablet.
By Cindy Davis

The world is becoming a one-touch, one-stop shop for everything: cars don’t need keys, coffee makers can make one cup shots of caffeine, and grocery stores sell flat screen TVs. In a world where simple is the new norm, the lives of A/V professionals are getting easier as well.

Whether you’re configuring your auditorium setup, or tweaking a document at the last second, finger-tip technology offers a much welcomed change to the hustle and bustle of traditional presentation productions.

While staging a presentation was once a challenging and complicated exercise in patience, the industry is morphing into a mobile-friendly, streamlined process requiring fewer crew members, and fewer gadgets. The best part? Many of the tasks that required hefty tools or cables are being replaced with simple, easy to navigation apps that can be packed all into one tool - your cell phone or tablet.

Here are six simple apps that will help make you the most efficient one man A/V band on hand at your next presentation. TD End Icon Final 14 px


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About the author

Cindy Davis has had a passion for A/V and technology since taking apart her first transistor radio. She found it fun to write macros in DOS while at Lotus, but really loves her countless Apple products. Between 2000 and 2008 Davis was the editor-in-chief of Electronic House magazine. In 2011 she helped bring life to TechDecisions Media as editor-in-chief, and is continuing to contribute to TechDecisions as editor-at-large.


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