January 10, 2011 12:01 ET
Prezi Launches iPad App
SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - January 10, 2011) - Prezi, Inc., the company behind zooming presentations, today announced the release of the Prezi app for the iPad -- allowing users to easily share ideas and presentations on a touch-enabled, lightweight device.
Users can access presentations and pitches to share at conferences, or get buy-in on ideas from colleagues in impromptu hallway meetings -- all without the hassle of carrying a laptop.
"Prezi has taken information that used to be separated into slides and put it together in one space where users have bigger control over what they see and show -- like what web based maps have done for spiral-bound atlases," said Peter Arvai, chief executive officer of Prezi, Inc. "The touch-enabled iPad makes it even easier to leverage the zooming benefits of Prezi to show the big picture and details when pitching a new idea."
Prezi lets users pan and pinch to zoom in and out of topics without flipping through separated slides -- making it easier to connect ideas. With a new prezi created every 3 seconds, the Prezi app will help millions of iPad users share ideas and understand each other better.
The Prezi app for iPad will be available in the iTunes App Store in January 2011.
Prezi is a web-based presentation tool that lets users connect ideas in one space to form a story. The spatial approach allows users to easily arrange ideas as the presentation develops. Instead of having one idea per slide, Prezi facilitates visualization on a zooming, collaborative whiteboard. The result: stunning presentations that are magic for the audience. Prezi has two million subscribers in business, education, and the arts. Headquartered in San Francisco and with an office in Budapest, Prezi, Inc. is backed by TED conferences and Sunstone Capital. For additional information about Prezi, visit www.prezi.com.