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Best remote control powerpoint apps

If you work in any kind of office, chances are that you will eventually have to make a Powerpoint presentation. To make your presentation easier, there are apps that allow you to control your Powerpoint slides with your phone. Here is a list of Powerpoint controller apps.

1.Remote Presenter

Free download

Remote Presenter app is made for Android devices. This app lets you access and control different presentation tools like PowerPoint, LibreOffice, and Openoffice. Remote Presenter is developed and distributed by Ralf Wondratschek.

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  • Alice Carlson

    by Alice Carlson

    This app is quite promising. It works fine for me. I can even play videos for the presentation.

2.Microsoft PowerPoint

with in-app purchases
Microsoft Powerpoint is a powerful app to create, view and edit great presentations on your computer or directly from your device.

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  • by Lidia Núñez

    Not exactly understanding what a remote control Power Point app is but I guess the best thing to do would go straight to the source itself and downloa More

  • Jack Burns

    by Jack Burns

    I've been using this app to give my presentation at work for a while now. It works great for me, and I don't have to go buy one of those remote clicke More

  • by Concepción Núñez

    So easy to use! No one needs PowerPoint to be any more complicated than it already is, and this app is really user-friendly. You can get set up in sec More

  • Douglas Bishop

    by Douglas Bishop

    If you need a remote app to control your powerpoint you may as well use the one directly from microsoft. It seems to work well enough so you don't nee More

  • Julia Jensen

    by Julia Jensen

    This app is very flexible and now I don't have to bring my laptop to edit presentations. Though it's sad that it doesn't work for the portrait mode

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3.Office Remote for Android

Free download

Office Remote for Android is a business application available for Android device users. This apps allows you to start and control your PowerPoint presentation. Office Remote for Android is developed and distributed by Microsoft Corporation.

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  • by Charvi Jaiteley

    Amazing app! It helped a lot with my school reporting. The presentation went smoothly thanks to this app.

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    by Knowledge null

    This is a great app, very handy. And to think that it is free and with no ads! Also, thanks for availing the download here on your site. I was failing More

4.MyPoint PowerPoint Remote

with in-app purchases
This app is a digital remote control that allows you to manage your presentations from your iOS device.

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  • Andy Gu

    by Andy Gu

    This is an amazing product for those who frequently travel and give presentations. You are able to control the presentations with your phone rather th More

  • Benito Quiroz

    by Benito Quiroz

    This app helped me with remotely controlling my Powerpoint presentation without buying an expensive remote control.

  • Tammy Wallace

    by Tammy Wallace

    I was looking for an option to manage my presentations from my iOS. MyPoint is the perfect solution.

5.Slideshow Remote® Lite for PowerPoint

with in-app purchases
This app is an advanced remote control for presentations and a brand new Keynote and PowerPoint device viewer.

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  • Alejandro Delgado

    by Alejandro Delgado

    Interesting. I haven't used too many apps to remote control Powerpoint, but this one was slow and unresponsive. I guess that's the nature of these thi More

  • Edward Schmidt

    by Edward Schmidt

    In a business meeting, slideshow remote lite for PowerPoint is a life saver. If you have your computer set up to present a PowerPoint, and you want to More

  • Larry Dean

    by Larry Dean

    This is an awesome alternative to buying an actual remote just for powerpoint presentations. The setup is a little confusing, but it works fine after  More

6.SlideShark

with in-app purchases

This app allows you to view and share Powerpoint presentations on your iOS device. The app enables you to import files to the SlideShark website. The free version includes 100mb of storage on the cloud.

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  • Jonathan Richardson

    by Jonathan Richardson

    This app helps me show my powerpoint presentations on my iphone and ipad

  • Walter Harris

    by Walter Harris

    This presentation app is useful. It helps to make PowerPoint presentations.

7.PPT Remote Pro

Paid: $3.99

PPT Remote Pro is a PowerPoint presenter and clicker available for Android and iOS devices. It was developed by Wayhold Co. and its iOS version is being distributed by Guohua Gao.

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  • April Wei

    by April Wei

    I looked like a Pro during my previous presentation thanks to this app. This app compared to others is the most stable and easy to use.

8.i-Clickr Remote for PowerPoint

Paid: $9.99
With i-Clickr Remote for PowerPoint, you can control live powerpoint presentations from your iOS device easily and with multiple options.

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  • James Stevens

    by James Stevens

    I tried this app remote and found it to be very buggy on my Samsung S6. It looks like the recent update is what broke the app as many other people are More

  • Megan Reynolds

    by Megan Reynolds

    Really useful app that also works with android devices. I have not had any problems with it crashing, although others have. Easy to use but looks prof More

  • Russell Jackson

    by Russell Jackson

    This PowerPoint Remote is really cool because it allows me to point out things during a presentation! It's easy to use, lightweight, and powerful!

DID YOU KNOW?

PowerPoint, the presentation program is part of Microsoft's Office Suite. The original plan for its name was "Presenter". For the three years that it took to develop the program, the developers called it the Presenter. The company found out that the trademark for the label ‘Presenter’ was already taken. One of the creators, Robert Gaskins, thought of the name PowerPoint while he was in the shower, and the name stuck. The “Power” in PowerPoint is to mean empowerment, as the program empowers the presenter. The program's development was for the Apple Macintosh computer. Microsoft bought the company that created it, Forethought, Inc., for $14 million in 1987. It was part of Microsoft Office from the beginning of the program’s history. It's offered along with Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. PowerPoint is the second most used tool in the suite, after the word processor Word.

With more than 1 billion installations, about 30 million users create presentations every day. These are by approximately 500 million users of the program worldwide. Around 120 million people worldwide use PowerPoint for business and educational purposes. With technology, PowerPoint remote controls and smartphone apps we invented for presentations. This enabled to users to control their presentation from a distance. PowerPoint controllers became a thing. Apps to control powerpoint from iPhone or Android devices became popular. Aside from these uses, PowerPoint is also a medium for art by David Byrne. He is the lead singer and guitarist of the band Talking Heads. He creates PowerPoint-based artworks using the built-in graphics tools in the program.

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