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Create, edit, and collaborate with others on presentations from your iPod, iPhone, or iPad with the free Google Slides app. With Google Slides you can:<br><br>* Create new presentations or edit any that were created on the web or on another device<br>* Share presentations and work together with others in the same presentation at the same time<br>* Get stuff done anytime -- even without an internet connection<br>* Add and rearrange slides, format text and shapes, and more<br>* Present right from your device<br>* Never worry about losing your work -- everything is automatically saved as you type<br>* Present slides to video calls - scheduled meetings will automatically appear<br>* Open, edit, and save PowerPoint files<br><br>Permissions Notice<br>Camera: This is used for camera mode in video calls and to insert images taken with the camera.<br>Microphone: This is used to transmit audio in video calls.<br>Photos: This is used to access photos under the control of Photos Application to let the users pick images to insert into slides.
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I use google slides for all of my classroom presentations. I also have my students use google slides to keep track of the artwork like a ongoing portfolio. The app makes it easy to drop single photos into the slide show without having to download photos or email them to yourself first. My only complaint about the app is that you cannot upload more than one photo at a time from your camera roll. I take a lot of photos of artwork for my students and shuffling through hundreds of photos to get to things I took months ago can take a long time-it would be so helpful to be able to click on several photos at a time. I do the majority of my editing of my slides on a computer, I could edit from my phone but it is easier to fine tune things on a full computer. I primarily use the app to transfer the photos to my slides.
I honestly prefer Google products over most Microsoft, and Slides is a definite win, especially after seeing a mobile app. I took my iPad to school, prepared for the presentation, and I tapped around, seeing what all they had. Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad we have the “theme” option, but what about backgrounds? It’s kinda tiring looking up images, dragging them into slides, making it full size, sending to the back, and not helping your team all at once. Please add the “background” option. Also, since I begun Slides, I always tried my best to use my best format, honest opinion, and make them as interesting as possible. However, after looking around, I found I still couldn’t find yet another option- transitions. While yes, I agree that we need more, newer ones, we also need— well, the basic options on mobile. I can see them on my iPad during present, but I can’t find it. (If it’s there, please respond where.) Other than those, I’d say 5 stars! *****
Google slides is a HW saver or even a quick project presentation. Easy to use, look good but could use more work on setting up the slide. All though there are some templates they are only for the title and not for the continuing slides. Another great feature is that you can not only share it but work on the same slide at the same time without big glitches and real time notice to. The spell check for google slides and for all their other apps a absolutely superb. It knows the word even if it’s misspelled horrifically. So, even though the templates are not all the best everything else is amazing to HW to big presentations. the app is very useful and that is why this app is rated 5/5 starts. - Nick Kirejczyk (A google app user)
Okay, so this is probably because my phone is full of crap, but it took FØREVER for the app to download. So if your phone is full of crap like mine, grab some chips, you’re gonna have to wait a life span. Anyway, I was trying to get on Slides because I left early from school, and I wanted to help my group with our research project. So I went to Drive to get on the project. But Drive told me I had to download another app to get on. And, why? They should all be on Drive instead of having to download all the apps for your documents and PDFs. So(After waiting forever) I got in the app and got on the slide. Some critical reviews said, “Oh it has glitches.” And they might have, but I got in and everything worked. No bugs. I could type, and everything was just fine. This is good! I recommend it.
I love this app. I use it on desktop first and it worked beautifully and I was really happy. I made a bunch of stuff whether I needed to or not. We get free time sometimes, so I’d normally go on slides and make something random. I was really happy, again, so downloaded it on my iPad at home. Again, worked amazing and I was happy. But the but comes in here. I downloaded on my iPhone and there are a few glitches. It just got me to my home screen mid type and I just lost a bunch of my progress. And I can’t move a small text box, I have to expand it one way and shrink the other. I’d appreciate if these small glitches are fixed, and it’s a little picky. But all in all, I recommend this to anyone and I love it!🦄
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Last update was at Jan 15, 2020and the current version is 1.2020.2202.
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Google Slides have a 130 090a user reviews.
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