Using Prezi Viewer for Android
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The Prezi Viewer gives you the best viewing experience on your Android phone or tablet. This means you can view or present your prezi anytime, anywhere. You can also share your prezis, keep them offline, present through Chromecast, and use your Android device as a presentation remote.
Presenting and viewing using your Android
To get started with prezi, just log in and you’ll be taken to your list of prezis.
From here, tap on any prezi to start viewing it.
If your device is vertical, use the arrows at the bottom to navigate the prezi. Tap on the full screen icon for a bigger picture, and tap the right and left edges of your screen to navigate. Use one finger to pan the canvas, pinch to zoom in or out, and tap twice to smart zoom.
To log out, tap the user icon in the upper right corner and Log out.
Presenting your prezi remotely using your Android
If you have Prezi Classic Pro or Edu Pro, you can invite up to 30 people to watch a remote presentation. This means you can present your prezi to anyone, anywhere with the convenience of your Android phone or tablet.
To invite people to your presentation
- Tap the three dots in the lower right corner of the prezi you’d like to share. You’ll see a pop-up window.
- Select Present remotely.
- Tap Invite participants and choose the application to send the link.
- When you’re ready, tap Start presentation to begin.
After clicking the link, members of your remote presentation audience will automatically follow along your presentation. If they arrive before the presentation begins, they will receive a notification screen until the presentation starts.
Note: Inviting people to your presentation will not put the prezi into their list of prezis. Moreover, viewers are not required to have a prezi license to watch your presentation.
Once you finish your presentation, simply close the prezi. The link to your remote presentation will remain active for 10 minutes after you exit the prezi.
For more information on presenting remotely, click here and read the full article with screenshots.
Using your Android as a presentation remote
If you have Prezi Classic Pro or Edu Pro, you can use your Android to navigate through the path steps on your prezi and also to zoom and pan off the path, giving you total control over your presentation.
To use your Android device as a presentation remote (clicker)
- Log in to the Prezi Viewer on your Android device.
- Tap the three dots on the lower right corner of the prezi you want to present.
- Select Use as a clicker. You’ll be given directions on how to set up your computer.:
- Follow the directions given to set up your computer.
- Click OK to start using your Android device as a presentation remote (clicker).
For more information on using your Android as a presentation remote, including how to hand over a presentation, check out this article. There are also helpful screenshots to guide you.
Sharing your prezi using your Android
Now that you’ve made a fabulous prezi, it’s time to share it and spread the word. In only a few taps, you can send your project or give your pitch clear across the world.
A link to your prezi will be sent in a view-only version. This means the prezi is not editable unless the user has been added as an editor.
To share your prezi
- Log in to the Prezi Viewer.
- Tap the three dots in the lower corner of the prezi you’d like to share. You’ll see a pop-up.
- Tap Share Prezi Classic.
- Choose the application you want to use to send the prezi’s link.
- Enter user or contact details accordingly to send your prezi’s link.
For more information about sharing prezis using Prezi Viewer for Android, check out our article complete with screenshots.
You can use your Android (version 4.4+) and Chromecast to stream your prezis. Just make sure your Chromecast and your Android device are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
- Log in to Prezi Viewer on your Android phone or tablet.
- Tap the prezi you’d like to present using Chromecast.
- Tap the icon in the upper right corner of the app to start using Chromecast. If you do not see it, tap once on the screen to bring up the option.
- Tap the name of the device you would like use to stream your prezi.
- The screen on your Android device will slightly change to appear with a border. You are now streaming your prezi with Chromecast. Use the arrows to navigate your prezi.
- To stop casting, tap the Chromecast icon in the upper right corner. Then tap Stop casting.
If you’d like to learn more about Chromecast, check out the full article that includes helpful screenshots.
Saving a prezi offline
If you have Prezi Classic Pro or Edu Pro, you can save your prezis offline using your Android device. Keeping a prezi offline is a great way to have a backup while you’re on the go. That way you’re always ready—regardless of Internet connection.
To save a prezi offline
- Log in to the Prezi Viewer on your Android device.
- Tap the three dots in the lower left corner to bring up the options menu.
- Tap Keep offline. Once it’s saved, you’ll see an icon indicated that prezi is saved offline.
If you don’t have a Prezi Classic Pro or Edu Pro license, you can easily upgrade and get the most out of your amazing prezis.