Apple has just released a new update for its Keynote Remote app. In case you’ve got no idea what this app does, it turns your iOS device into a remote control (over WiFi) for your Mac computer that’s running Keynote – Apple’s presentation/slideshow app. Instead of a boring old clicker to just move forward and backward between slides, the Keynote Remote app can do so much more: swipe the screen to switch slides, preview the next slide so you know what’s coming up, and even see presenter notes that you don’t have to display on the presentation slides.
The latest update (version1.3) improves usability and reliability of the app as well as maintains scroll position in presenter notes when advancing through builds. The app is available now on the Apple App Store for $0.99 now.
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