Wanna Play PowerPoint on Your iPad?- Try these Seven Apps

Do you wish to play a power point slide share with your iPad? With the coming of latest Applications or Apps you can now easily play your .ppt extension files in just seconds. Here you will come to know of the best Seven Apps which can be useful for you and your iPad.

Apple’s Keynote

Apple keynote app is the powerful app for you to create and view a power point show. With just touching and taping you can create animated charts and boost of a world-class presentation. With iCloud built in, your presentations are kept up to date across all your devices. You can instantly share a presentation using just a link, giving others the latest version and the ability to edit it directly from www.icloud.com using a Mac or PC browser.


  • Choose from 30 Apple-designed themes to give your presentations a beautiful start
    • Use the slide navigator to quickly skim through your presentation, add new slides, and reorder slides
    • Design your presentation using your choice of slide layouts, animations, fonts, and style options
    • Animate data with new interactive column, bar, scatter, and bubble charts
    • Import and edit Microsoft PowerPoint files using Mail, a WebDAV service, or iTunes File Sharing
    • Turn on Coaching Tips for guided in-app help
    • Use Undo to go back through your previous changes
    • Arrange the objects on your slides simply by dragging them to the slide canvas
    • Use predefined text styles or choose text options to personalize your slides
    • Quickly add your photos and videos from the Photos app using the Media Browser
    • Edit down to the pixel with rulers and alignment guides
    • Use Instant Alpha to easily remove image backgrounds
    • Updated cinematic slide transitions for easily creating stunning presentations
    • Gorgeous new slide transitions including Clothesline, Object Cube, Object Flip and Object Pop
    • New text and object animations including Vanish, Crumble, Fade and Scale
    • Use advanced presentation controls including autoplay, looped, and viewer-guided slideshows
    • Use video mirroring to display any presentation on an external display or projector; navigate slides, view presenter notes; stream wirelessly using AirPlay and Apple TV, or use an adapter (sold separately)

Available at iTunes and App stores it costs $9.99 to download and experience.


SlideShark is the award-winning number one app used professionals and other presenters to present and share PowerPoints from the iPad.


• Upload PowerPoint files via SlideShark site; open from email attachments on your device; or import from cloud storage
• Tap or swipe to advance animations and slides; swipe back to go back
• Swipe up to go to specific slides & access more features
• Offline presenting
• Download presentations to multiple iOS devices
• Access/import presentations from 7 different cloud storage providers
• Connect to a projector or TV using VGA/HDMI adaptor (all iPads, iPhone 4 or later) or AirPlay via Apple TV (iPad 2 and 3, iPhone 4 or later)
• Play vids embedded in PowerPoint presentations (.wmv or .avi format, PPT 2010)
• Use Presenter Mode to see slide notes, timers, animation counter & more (iPad 2 & later)
• Annotate slides
• Laser Pointer
• External hyperlinks
• Set slides to auto-advance and “loop” for trade shows
• Replace presentations w/out losing tracking data
• Hide/re-order slides (iPad only)
• Use iPhone/iPod touch as remote control/laser pointer
• Pinch to zoom in on slides


Spring Cloud App is a free iPad app that automatically synchronizes with your Cloud account. You have all your presentations at hand, whether online or offline. The thing to note is that you need an iSpring Cloud account for this app.


∙ Show PowerPoint, video, audio, images, etc.
∙ Share via email, social media, web-links
∙ Display in 100% full-screen mode
∙ Inserted audio and video support
∙ Access content offline
∙ Folder-based interface with favorites
∙ Attractive carousel view


Quick Office
Quickoffice from Google works with your presentations in their native PowerPoint format, but you can only create or edit .ppt files. You can view .pptx presentations, but if they do not import correctly into the iPad format, there is no way to correct them on the device. Quickoffice features a laser pointer like Keynote and a user-friendly interface, as well as Dropbox integration, but can run into issues with large files. Before importing your Keynote presentation, go into the app’s settings and clear the cache, then set the cache limit much higher than your presentation’s size. Close the app and restart your iPad for the change to take effect. Once you perform this setup, your presentation should load and run well in Quickoffice. The software also offers an advanced Powerpoint editor with more powerful features.  QuickOffice also integrates with cloud based services.

Slideshow Remote

Slideshow Remote combines two great tools in a single app: the most advanced remote control for Windows PowerPoint and a brand new Keynote and PowerPoint mobile viewer.


• Wirelessly control PowerPoint via Wi-Fi
• Open PowerPoint and Keynote attached to emails
• View current and next slide
• Jump to previous/next slide
• Jump to first/last slide
• Slider to reach any slide
• Start/stop presentation
• View and edit presenter’s notes
• Supports international characters
• Blank screen (black/white)
• Timer for elapsed time
• Audio and vibration feedback
• Disable device auto-lock
• Supports Retina display
• Zero configuration with Bonjour for Windows
• Automatic and manual connection modes
• Control any app with page up/page down keys

Documents to Go Premium

Documents to Go
Documents to Go, or DTG, has a few different software versions. It is but the Premium version that allows you to edit and run PowerPoint presentations. DTG Premium keeps your presentations in their native PowerPoint format, resulting in fewer conversion errors than Keynote. DTG can handle .ppt and .pptx files, so you can use presentations created in PowerPoint 2007 and later as well as earlier versions. You can create and edit either file type within the app, although the features for doing so are more limited than in Keynote. DTG integrates automatically with popular cloud services such as Dropbox, SugarSync, Box and Google Docs, making it easy to access your presentations on the go and run them without permanently using up your iPad’s storage space. The interface is more basic than Keynote, but it allows for effective presentations with minimal effort.

SkyDrive and Web-Based Apps

Sky Drive
You can also view your PowerPoint presentations with the SkyDrive iOS app. However, for comprehensive file management including accessing, editing and presentation creation, use the Safari browser to log in to and launch presentations from the SkyDrive Web interface instead. While it offers you a seamless PowerPoint experience, the Web app does not offer all the features you’d find on the desktop PowerPoint software. You will not have access to some of the presentation views and the Find/Replace feature  which has been removed in the online version.