Using the Prezi Viewer for iPhone and iPad
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You’ve made your amazing prezi, so now it’s time to show it off anytime, anywhere with the Prezi Viewer and your iPhone or iPad. You can also use your iOS device as a remote presenter (clicker). Don't wait, download Prezi Viewer now. Check out the tutorial to learn more about the app.
Presenting or viewing a prezi with your iPhone or iPad
- Log in to the Prezi Viewer. The opening screen will be a collection of your prezis.
- Tap the thumbnail of the prezi you’d like to view or present.
- Use the arrows at the bottom of the prezi to navigate. To view in full screen, click on the icon in the lower right corner of the prezi.Tap anywhere on the screen to bring up the full screen icon and exit full screen. Double tap to smart zoom. You can also use your fingers to pan, zoom in and out, and rotate. Check out this article for more on how you can navigate a prezi on your iOS device.
Presenting a prezi remotely using your iPhone or iPad
Note: This is a Pro feature.
- After logging in to the Prezi Viewer, find the thumbnail of the prezi you want to present remotely. Tap the three dots in the lower right corner of the thumbnail to bring up the options menu.
- Tap Present remotely.
- Tap Send invitation link to send a link to your prezi.
- Choose the application you’d like to use to send the link. The person you invite will get a message that includes a link to follow your prezi in real time from their computer or mobile device.
Once you have invited everyone you want to enjoy your presentation, tap Start remote presentation. You can then tap, pinch, and pan through your prezi knowing that your audience sees what you see.
Using your iPhone or iPad as a presentation remote
Note: This is a Pro feature.
- Log in to the Prezi Viewer on your iPhone or iPad.
- Click on the three dots on the lower right corner of the prezi you want to present.
- Select Use as a clicker. You will be given directions to set up your computer.
To set up your computer
- Log in to prezi.com on a computer with the same account.
- Find the same prezi in your list of prezis. Rollover the thumbnail of the prezi and click Edit.
- Click Join to view the presentation.
- You can now control the prezi from your iOS device.
- Click the blue button that reads “Let’s start” to begin using your iPhone or iPad as a presentation remote.
Controlling your presentation using your iPhone or iPad
Use the arrows on the bottom of your prezi to go forward and backward. You can also view your prezi in full screen on your iOS device and use the arrows on the side to navigate through your prezi.
Keeping your prezis offline
Prezi Viewer allows you to keep your prezis offline so you can view or present them even when you don’t have a connection on your iPhone or iPad. It’s quick and easy to do.
Note: You must be connected to the Internet to sign in to Prezi Viewer.
To keep your prezi offline
- Sign in to Prezi Viewer.
- From your dashboard, click the three dots in the lower right corner of the prezi you’d like to keep offline.
- In the pop-up, slide the toggle to the right to “Keep this prezi offline.”
- Once the prezi is offline, you’ll see an icon next to the prezi’s title.
Putting your prezis back online
- From your dashboard, click the three dots in the lower right corner of the prezi you’d like to put back online.
- In the pop-up, slide the toggle to the left next to “Keep this prezi offline.”
- Once the prezi is online, the icon next to the prezi’s title will disappear.
Sharing your prezi
Sharing your prezi is simple. You just need to send the link.
To share your prezi using your iPhone or iPad
- Find the thumbnail of the prezi you want to share. Tap the three dots in the lower right corner.
- Tap Share prezi.
- Select the application you’d like to use to send your prezi’s link.
If you share your prezi with another Prezi Classic user, and that user clicks the link while logged in to Prezi Classic, the prezi you share will automatically be added to his or her list of prezis. If the person does not have a Prezi Classic license, he or she can still view your prezi.