Need to convert a Keynote File to Google Slides? If you use Google Slides for collaborating and working on presentations online, you might be interested in importing a Keynote file into the mix, perhaps sent from a colleagues who own a Mac, iPhone, or iPad. No problem, that’s what we’re going to cover here.
Want to share your Keynote presentations with others easily? Thanks to Apple’s Keynote app and Keynote Live feature, sharing presentations with colleagues, friends, coworkers, or family is simple.
Opening Keynote presentation files on a Windows PC can be done easily with the help of iCloud, and no document conversion or extra apps are needed. If you own or work with multiple devices and platforms and often find yourself switching between them, you may come into the scenario where you’re on a Windows PC … Read More
Keynote .key presentation files can be converted to PowerPoint .pptx files easily with the help of iCloud. The great thing about using iCloud to convert Keynote to PowerPoint presentations is that iCloud can be accessed from any device or computer as long as it has a web browser, meaning you can perform this file conversion … Read More
Keynote presentations are saved as .key files by default, but because Keynote runs only on Apple system software and iCloud you can’t always open a .key presentation on PowerPoint. The simplest solution to this is to save a Keynote .key presentation as a PowerPoint .pptx presentation, which can then be opened in Microsoft Office, Google … Read More
Most new iPhone and iPad models ship with the pre-installed iWork / iLife suite of apps, including Pages, Keynote, iMovie, Numbers, and Garageband. While this is a great collection of apps, many users who won’t be using them (or at least all of the apps) may rather have extra storage space available, which is nearly … Read More
Every app in the iWork suite offers optional password protection of files created, modified, or opened within their respective application. In practice, this means that no user will be able to open or access the file and view the contents on their Mac or iOS device without entering the password first. Password protecting iWork documents … Read More
The iWork suite of productivity apps include Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, and each of them allow users to password protect individual documents. In practice, this means that a document created within iWork in iOS, Mac OS X, or iCloud, can be safely locked with built-in encryption, and the document can not be opened or viewed … Read More
The latest versions of Mac OS let you move files directly into iCloud from your Mac, these files can then be opened on any other Mac or iOS device set up with the same iCloud account. This is extremely convenient if you want to quickly move a file around but don’t want to copy it … Read More
The latest versions of Mac OS X feature deeper iCloud integration than ever before on the Mac, a feature that is extremely convenient for syncing things likes desktop Notes, desktop Reminders lists, documents, emails, bookmarks, and whatever else with iOS devices, but it can also be frustrating when you’re just trying to save a file … Read More
If you don’t have Keynote installed on a Mac but you need to view a keynote presentation slides or a keynote file, don’t fret – you can view them all directly in Preview, the bundled image app in Mac OS X.
Didn’t make it to WWDC 2012? No big deal, you saved yourself a whole grip of cash and you can watch the Apple keynote anyway from the comfort of your own home. The keynote covers everything launched and announced at WWDC this year, ranging from the MacBook Air refresh, MacBook Pro refresh, the all new … Read More
Apple has posted an hour long video of todays education event held in NYC. The event saw the unveiling of iBooks Author, iTunes U app for iOS, iBooks 2.0, iBook Textbooks, and later lead to the release of iTunes 10.5.3 for compatibility with the new releases. A great way to learn about Apple’s latest creations, … Read More
iCloud and iOS includes the ability to sync some iCloud data directly over a 4G, LTE, and 3G cellular connection when a wireless network isn’t available, assuming the iPhone or iPad has a cellular capability anyway. We’ll show you how to toggle iCloud syncing over cellular in modern iOS as well as older iOS versions.