If you’re creating a Keynote slideshow to share with others who are across the country or around the world, check out Keynote Live. This convenient feature lets you play your presentation over the web, so your viewers can watch it in their favorite web browser or Keynote app.
We’ll show you how to use Keynote Live to share your slideshow from your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
One of the nice luxury features that Apple includes with its premium Keynote presentation software is the ability to use the mobile app on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad as a remote for giving presentations from Keynote on your Mac.
It's a great tool for educators and students to use in the classroom, but such abilities also work great in various work environments unrelated to educational institutions, such as business meetings at work.
In this tutorial, we'll show you how to use Apple's mobile Keynote app as a remote for controlling a presentation from Keynote on your Mac.
You're probably familiar with Apple's Remote app for iOS devices, which allows you to control your iTunes playback on your Mac from your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad so long as you're on the same network.
On the other hand, when I think of the word "remote," I think of much more than just controlling music.
It would seem that the makers of the popular Mobile Mouse Remote app for iOS thought the same, and in this piece, we'll talk about how the app works to make your iOS device a superior remote for your Mac.
Following yesterday's slew of updates to Pages, Keynote and Numbers on iOS and OS X, Apple has removed a standalone Keynote Remote application for the iPhone and iPad from the App Store.
Attempting to download Keynote Remote using the old iTunes link yields the message saying that "the item you've request is not currently available in the U.S. store". As the app's functionality is now folded into the latest Keynote for iOS/OS X update, Keynote Remote is no longer needed...