Swipe is a responsive web app that helps to create, present, and share presentations. Users can use it on any device with a modern browser, log in, drag and drop or choose files to upload, add web content, get a simple link to share to anyone in the world and start live presentations from any device with a browser. Everyone that is on the URL will see slides change as user swipe through them, in real-time no matter where they are.
Swipe is a web app that functions as a two-way presentation tool. Swipe allows people to build web-powered slideshows and also deliver and share them with anyone in real-time. It provides two-way experience from any device to any number of devices tht has a browser. The user can share a link to anyone and they can follow the presentation live on any device in real-time.
Swipe believes it can recreate a WebEx-like experience, but in real life. Since most people sitting in a presentation have either a laptop, tablet device, or smartphone on hand, to make the experience more educational and informative, presenters could use the service as means to capture their undivided attention.
If the presentation is set as public, anyone tuned in to that URL will see the slides change as presenter swipe through them on their device, in real-time, no matter where they are. It works immaterial of 3G or Edge. The team is working hard to introduce useful two-way features that allow audiences to respond, interact, and engage with presentations.
Swipe demoed its two-way interactive live presentation on stage during the Startup Rally, “streaming” its presentation live to over 500 people. The audience was able to view and interact with the presentation on mobile phones, tablets, and laptops, while those watching the livestream from home also did the same.
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