Adobe is working on a presentation iPad app, Ginger which is similar to MicroSoft’s PowerPoint and Apple’s existing app, Keynote — CNET reports.
According to the Adobe developer team, the app is currently in beta. However, they have not confirmed if the app will be publicly available to download.
There’s some video demos of what the app is capable to do on Ginger’s minisite. Here’s one of the videos:
The presentations consists of an animations narrated with voice and includes background music. It doesn’t seem to be an ‘replacement’ app for presentation, but it seem to complete the whole presenting power of a user. Adobe seem to be aware of reducing the complexity of using the app.