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After its introduction in the Mac and iOS apps, Evernote today updated its its Windows client with a Presentation Mode. Similar to its implementation for Apple hardware, the feature lets you convert any of your notes into a full-screen design that’s beautiful, consistent and easy to read. A version that’s suitable for the boardroom, your boss or lecturer, in short.
The app will intelligently pick out the content in each of your notes, so you can easily hit the space bar and have each section displayed sequentially. Evernote also supports a ‘table of contents’ for presenting multiple notes and broadcasting from an iPhone or iPad over AirPlay.
Evernote says it should work a treat for photo-centric presentations too. “From mood boards to mockups, Presentation Mode is great for showing images,” it explains. “Drop the images into a note, then start your presentation. Tapping on an image brings it to full screen, [while] a click left or right will move you to the next or previous image.”
Presentation Mode should be rolling out to Windows users today. There’s no word on an Android release, but we suspect it’s in the pipeline.
Featured image credit: Ulet Ifansasti/Getty Images
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