September 16, 2008 in iWork (E)
[prMac.com] Vilnius, Lithuania - iPresentee, the developer of add-ons for Apple's iWork and iLife applications, releases Keynote Motion Themes 3.0 to be used with Apple's Keynote presentation software. iPresentee presents five new Keynote themes: Geography, Rings, Brush Stroke, Red Planet and Stock Market. Each Keynote Motion Theme includes from fifteen to twenty four master slide layouts and high quality moving background graphics.
Keynote Motion Themes with moving background graphics contains everything to create modern and dynamic presentation to share ideas with any audience. Keynote Motion Themes can stand alone to unify a presentation or can be mixed together with other non-motion themes to provide breakpoints.
Creating a presentation using Keynote Motion Themes is exactly the same as creating a presentation using the usual themes - you can add, edit, and format text; add photos or movies; and use Keynote's transitions and special effects. New Keynote Motion Themes includes coordinated fonts, colors, moving background graphics, unique bullets and various design styles.
Keynote Motion Themes 3.0 includes an installer to make sure the themes end up in the right place and will be displayed in Keynote's themes menu automatically.
* Mac OS X 10.4.3 Tiger and later
* iWork 08 or later
* 65 MB Hard Drive space
Pricing and Availability:
Each Keynote Motion Theme is available for $10 USD. The set of five Keynote Motion Themes 3.0 may be purchased for only $25 USD. Samples and more information about Keynote Motion Themes 3.0 are available immediately at the iPresentee website.
Located in Vilnius, Lithuania, iPresentee company was founded in 2007 by a group of professional and enthusiastic IT designers. With a focus on the Mac platform, iPresentee' perspective goal is to create high quality, easy to use and fun add-ons for Apple's iWork and iLife applications. Copyright 2007-2008 iPresentee. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Apple Keynote are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.