The slideshows and mind maps of the future
Do you want to improve your presentations created with PowerPoint? Do you want access to one of the easiest ways to create mind maps? The solution is Prezi Desktop, the desktop client for Prezi, a service that's becoming very popular.
Neat and tidy interface
By means of Adobe AIR, Prezi Desktop offers the user a very clean interface that's easy to use. All the tasks can be accessed using an options wheel, making it very easy for the users to access them. Furthermore, Prezi Desktop includes a wide range of guided assistants which will make the tasks even simpler.
The idea behind Prezi Desktop is to be able to create presentations and mind maps, and once finished, to show them to whoever you want with the possibility to move between one idea and another with great ease, providing your presentations with more dynamism.
Therefore, if you want to access one of the tools that could become the successor of PowerPoint when it comes to creating presentations and concept maps, you should download Prezi Desktop.
Requirements and additional information:
- Although the application is free you must have a paid account to use Prezi, with the possibility to test a payment account for 30 days.
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