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Google Slides Released

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Google has created Google Slides, a free app to allow creation, editing and collaboration with others on presentations from your iOS device. The company states that the free Google Slides app allows you to:

* Create new presentations or edit any that were created on the web or on another device
* Share presentations and work together with others in the same presentation at the same time
* Open, edit, and save Microsoft PowerPoint files
* Get stuff done anytime — even without an internet connection
* Add and rearrange slides, format text and shapes, and more
* Present right from your device
* Never worry about losing your work — everything is automatically saved as you type

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To learn more about getting started with Google Slides, visit the support page.

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Timeline 3D Free for Limited Time

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If you have been wanting to present information in a unique and visually captivating timeline format from your iOS device, you need to tryout Timeline 3D for iOS. Currently, the app is free.

Your audience will not have seen information presented like this before. The app allows you to create timeline information, including images and text and then present the information at an angle designed to focus the attention of the audience on the piece of information or idea.

You can watch a video of the developer explaining his concept of Timeline 3 for the Mac

The developer describes the features and tips as follows:

* iOS 7 app designed for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch—buy once and use everywhere!
* One touch turns your events into an interactive timeline
* Present your timelines full screen and with 3D perspective
* Export Slideshows to PowerPoint and Keynote
* Use AirPlay (Apple TV required) or a cable adapter to present your timelines on larger screens or projectors directly from your iOS device
* Add images, movies, or PDFs to events
* Quickly enter events with dates and times in any global format
* Include optional information such as notes, web links, and tags
* Choose from different background themes
* Share your timelines via Dropbox or email
* Import your timelines from Timeline 3D on your Mac
* Use AirPrint to print your timelines, formatted for your paper size

* Watch our tutorial movies at
* Enable AirPlay Mirroring to view your events on your device while presenting your timeline
* On capable devices, use voice dictation to enter text and dates
* Swipe left or right to fly over events in a 3D presentation
* Pinch to zoom in on media files in your presentation
* Swipe to delete events from your list
* Entering the date also sets the date format (for example, Sep 20 2013 or 9/20/2013)
* Use Dropbox to share timelines and media files between devices and your Mac


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Adobe Voice – Show Your Story App

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Adobe has created a free new app for iPads to allow you to create animated videos “in minutes.”

Adobe Voice – Show Your Story does not involve “filming” but rather talking and telling your story. You then pick from over 25,000 images to show your ideas. The app then automatically adds cinematic motion and a soundtrack.

Adobe describes the app as follows:

• Fun, fast and super simple.
• Touch to record your voice, one line at a time.
• Voice automatically adds the perfect soundtrack. Play it back and hear yourself sound amazing.

• Pick from the stunning collection of over 25,000 icons and millions of images, or use your own.
• Choose a custom look with one tap: beautiful fonts, colors, and motion make every element memorable.

• Voice automatically adds cinema-quality animation so your story looks incredible. Effortlessly.
• Share your video on Facebook, Twitter, email, or your own web page for anyone to watch, on any device.

This app is currently available in English-only.

Click to learn more about the app and watch the app in action.


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Keynote Update Adds Several New Features

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Keynote has been updated to version 2.2.1.

Some of the recent updates include:

• Use your finger to illustrate on slides as you present
• New “view only” setting lets you share presentations you want others to view but not edit
• New portrait layout option in presenter display
• Search presentations by name
• New transitions and builds: Object Revolve, Drift and Scale, and Skid
• Control the z-order of bubble chart labels
• Export to PPTX format
• Detailed presentation import feedback
• Improved animation performance
• Improved bi-directional support: switch direction for text, lists and tables
• Usability improvements

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TrialPad Upgrade Updated

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TrialPad for iPad has not only recently been upgraded to version 4.0 but recently that was updated as well. If you own a previous version, you will need to pay the upgrade price of $89.99.

If you are looking to organize and present information at a trial or motion (and you are or can become comfortable with the technology needed to present the information on an iPad), get this app.

The 4.0.13 version update includes:

– Addressed an issue with importing case folders from TrialPad 3.1.3 with notes on the case folders.
– Addressed a conflict authorizing Dropbox with TranscriptPad, for users who have both TrialPad and TranscriptPad installed.
– Addressed an issue where the Documents list would sometimes not scroll to the end after the keyboard appears for a search.
– Addressed an issue where the search count would not show on folders during a case-wide text search.
– Addressed an issue where exporting Key Docs to iTunes would only export the first page.
– Addressed an issue where navigating into a folder would not show its contents until you switch tabs.
– Addressed an issue importing zip files.
– Added feedback in the registration dialog, indicating if you are already registered.
– Performance improvements when opening large cases.

This app combines the concept of a trial notebook with a mobile presentation system.



You can pre-load or link the app to various services like Dropbox to load documents, videos and other images related to a file.



Once the app has access to the files, you can then sort and organize those materials using an intuitive folder structure. Once the materials are in the folder, you can then tap on individual documents to “present” via a projector or similar device.


The app takes some getting used to. Like any app or technology, do not attempt to use it for the first time in Court. This app is a great way to organize information and document as well as highlight evidence, documents and video for a jury and a judge during a motion hearing.

If you have been looking for a product that can help you organize and present information in Court, consider this app and make sure you practice connected to the projector before any live performance.


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TrialPad for iPad 4.0 Released – Initial Sale Price

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TrialPad for iPad has released a new version of its app. This is not a free upgrade to prior versions but rather a brand new version.

TrialPad is a full-featured courtroom presentation tool on your iPad.

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TrialPad makes it remarkably easy to do such things as callout sections of documents, highlight text, create side-by-side document comparisons, edit and show video clips, add exhibit stickers to documents, search document text, and much more.

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The app has a new feel and look. It is easier to move, sort and rename documents and files.

A feature that is nice is the ability to pre-annotate and organize evidence into witness or issue folders. You can add “exhibit stickers” and mark documents as admitted to keep up your own list.

As to exhibits and items that have been loaded into the app, create highlights and annotations on-the-fly, zoom in on important areas, create multiple callouts on-the-fly, or compare two documents side-by-side.

Easily import multiple files at once, keeping your file and folder structure intact, via Dropbox, Box, WebDAV, or directly connected to your computer using iTunes.

Also import documents from email, Photos app, or from other iPad apps. Then simply plug-and-play to present at mediation or trial via VGA, HDMI, or wirelessly using Apple TV!

To learn more about the product, you can watch videos from here.

The new release is on sale. The sale price of $49.99 will be effective March 26, 27, 28. After that it will be going back to its normal price of $89.99.

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TrialTouch Updated

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TrialTouch, an app for lawyers who want to create and manage trial presentations from their iPad was updated today.

According to the developer,

Just a touch of the screen allows you to access all of your exhibits. It is the remote control to all of your photographs, illustrations, 3D animations, medical imagery, video and documents. Trial Touch™ allows you to access these documents and photos via the iPad and display them for the court. 

Not only does Trial Touch™ technology provide captivating, courtroom visuals at the touch of a screen, but it also allows you access to your office from anywhere you have WIFI or 3G connection. Need a document you forgot at the office? Need a presentation or exhibit altered? Shoot an email or text to your office and have your staff upload content to the secure cloud server (DK Global’s custom cloud computing center) and download it on the spot. This is the ultimate in accessibility. 

DK Global’s cloud computing technology is a hassle-free, monthly subscription service that gives you the ability to upload all your documents and videos to the server. The server then converts documents and video to a format that is optimized for use on your iPad. Once the files are converted, just hit ‘sync’ on your iPad and go.

Their promotional video is below. ( if you have issues playing youtube videos from Safari.)

The app connects to a secure cloud that requires a monthly subscription.