Do you often give PowerPoint presentations? Does it bother you to go to the computer or laptop and use it to change a slide or play a video? Does it make you feel you’re losing the control of your presentation? Well, there is a solution.
Having full control of your presentation can be very productive and it will affect your presentation in a positive way. It’s good for your confidence too.
One of the important factors of a presentation is what is displayed on the screen. Mostly, it is a PowerPoint file, consisting of some slides made of texts, pictures and videos. So, if you want to give your PowerPoint presentation while you are standing and explaining what is on the screen, returning to the computer or laptop for changing the slide can seem a little bit awkward and it can have a negative effect on your confidence. The solution for this problem is very simple. You just have to control it remotely. Do you want to know how? Using your smartphone.
Thanks to technology, smartphones have brought a solution for a lot of our problems. You can use your smartphone to control your PowerPoint presentation with your smartphone with a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection to the source device. You can change the slides and advance, jump to a specific slide and skip the slides in between and use a virtual laser pointer right from your Android device…
After you install a Presentation Remote App on your Android device, you will have full control of your presentation from your phone, and you are just a few steps away from a perfect speech.
Office Remote which is an app developed by Microsoft, turns your phone into a smart remote that interacts with Microsoft Office on your PC. The app lets you control Word, Excel, and PowerPoint from across the room, so you can walk around freely during presentations.Yet, Presentation Link is another app for this purpose, developed by ASUS.
The main advantage of Presentation Link over the Office Remote app is the option to choose Wi-Fi connection, and unlike the Microsoft app, the ASUS Hit Team app is not limited to just Bluetooth. But on the other side, the Microsoft app supports PowerPoint, Excel and Word applications and your Android device can function as a remote app for all these productivity services.