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Is There an App for That?: Presentations

PLEASE NOTE: Page edited to reflect updates in Follett apps. February 6, 2014 at Sowams Elementary School in Barrington, RI


Prezi, a web-based presentation application, is heralded as a smart alternative to traditional presentation software.  Users can create, collaborate, and present from anywhere.  Prezi offers free apps for iPad and iPhone.

Doodlecast Pro

Doodlecast Pro provides users with the tools to create, record, and share presentations.  Teachers creating videos for the flipped classroom will find this app a bargain at $4.99.  Currently, it is only available for the iPad.

30 Hands Learning

30 Hands Learning is much more than a presentation platform.  It is an e-classroom.  We include it here because the free iPad digital story telling and presentation app available provides users of all ages a tool with which to create slide or video presentations.

Haiku Deck

Haiku Deck describes itself as " Simple, beautiful, fun."  Whether using the web platform or the free iPad app, users are encouraged to employ minimal text and inspiring graphics.  Finished product can be presented or shared in a variety of ways.  Haiku Deck provides a pdf guide for using the app.


Slideshark, a free app for iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad, allows users to present PowerPoints from these devices "accurately and professionally."


ClassFlow is a mind, blowing web platform which provides teachers with the ability to create, deliver, and assess classroom instruction across multiple devices using the app and an interactive whiteboard.  Currently, complimentary accounts are available for teachers.  Free student apps for both iOS and Android devices are available.  ClassFlow Teacher is available for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad.