Presentation Manager
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Component of Wooji Presentation Remote for Keynote control.   Free
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Presentation Manager is the Mac component of Wooji Presentation Remote, the first - and still the best - iPhone/iPod touch remote control for Keynote. As well as stepping through your slides, you can see your presenter's notes, highlight portions of the screen, jump directly to any slide using a sllde index (with thumbnails) and even mute or change the volume of your Mac.
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Version 1.5.17: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
Requirements
  • Intel/PPC
  • Mac OS X 10.5 or later
  • iPhone or iPod touch with Wooji Presentation Remote installed
  • A working Wi-Fi connection between your iPhone/iPod touch and your Mac







  • Apple Keynote
    +1

  • Caboodle
    +1

  • Evernote
    +1
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Downloads:1,257
Version Downloads:626
Type:Business : Presentation Tools
License:Free
Date:07 Jul 2010
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Presentation Manager is the Mac component of Wooji Presentation Remote, the first - and still the best - iPhone/iPod touch remote control for Keynote. As well as stepping through your slides, you can see your presenter's notes, highlight portions of the screen, jump directly to any slide using a sllde index (with thumbnails) and even mute or change the volume of your Mac.


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