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Presenter or Speaker Notes App


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#1 iKokomo

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Posted 01 July 2016 - 12:25 PM

I was wondering if there as an iOS app that I could use as a speaker that organizes my notes that I use as a speaker. I do have an iPad Pro

For example, leading music I would like to have separate pages for separate songs, something that I can swipe to the right and the notes explaining the song and its history are there, and then I swipe right and the next set of notes for the next song are there as well.

Also the ability to "scan in" or take a photos of the lead sheet would be great to have as well. 

 

I am not looking for something like forscore.

 

So far I have seen a lot of "digital binders" but none of them create it on the iPad. I am willing to pay a little money for this app.

 

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#2 smax013

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Posted 01 July 2016 - 08:17 PM

Are you basically looking for something PowerPoint?

If so, the free option on an iPad Pro is Keynote.

I also believe that you can view PowerPoint presentations created on a computer using PowerPoint on an iPad Pro for free. If you want to create/edit those presentation on the iPad Pro, then you need an Office 365 subscription, if I recall correctly.




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