Keynote is productivity software that is used to create and play presentations. It is developed by Apple Inc. for its Mac and iOS based devices and is released as part of the iWork Office suite and is also integrated with the iLife application suite. Its functionalities are comparable or similar to those of Microsoft PowerPoint. However, even Keynote comprises of several unique features.
Keynote is included with numerous templates designs, transition options, and effects that help in making the presentation look dazzling and creative. For example, Magic Move enables its users to instantaneously animate the text, images etc. by applying simple transitions that are repetitive on consecutive slides. With the aid of the Media browser, user can drag and drop any media from iTunes, iMovie, iPhoto and others directly into Keynote presentations.
Keynote offers support to numerous file formats; however all the presentations are by default saved in .key format. User can even open and edit Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt) files using this Keynote; also, one can easily export the presentations as Microsoft PowerPoint files, QuickTime movies, HTML files, and PDF files. Moreover, these presentations created by the Keynote can be directly moved to other apps like iDVD, iTunes, GarageBand, iWeb, and to YouTube.
Features of Keynote
In any case if you have lost or deleted any of the Keynote presentation on Mac machines, you don’t have to worry as you can easily undelete files on Mac OS X using Remo Recover (Mac) software.