Mobility, ease of use and an intuitive interface is what users ask for in this fast paced digital world. It is considered more worthwhile, if these features are available at no cost. To bring more agility to users’ tasks at zero cost, iSpring has released the latest version of its free Microsoft (News - Alert) PowerPoint to HTML5 converter, iSpring Free 7, which can convert PowerPoint presentations to a mobile-ready format with almost no effort and no expense.
Understanding the need for PowerPoint presentations to be delivered wherever and whenever users want to view them, iSpring Solutions, Inc., released the free version of iSpring Free 7.
iSpring Solutions is a provider of software tools for e-learning development. Its tools make presentations viewable across all platforms, such as PC, Mac, iOS, Android (News - Alert), and Windows Phone. These tools even assist in the creation of mobile-friendly presentations and e-learning courses. These presentations are easily enhanced with voice-overs, video narrations, and interactive quizzes right in PowerPoint.
Since its release in 2007, iSpring’s PowerPoint to HTML5 converter has evolved to provide customers with more and more features. The latest version can convert sophisticated presentations with inserted audio and video files, while preserving all animations, hyperlinks, and even triggers. Apart from enabling users to design mobile-ready content, it can both convert PowerPoint to Flash, and create Sharable Content Object Reference Model (SCORM) - compliant courses.
Supporting of all modern browsers, and offering accurate PowerPoint to HTML5 conversion, the new iSpring Free 7 is powered by the company’s unique AccuPoint, which provides the most accurate PowerPoint to Flash conversion accuracy available for all iSpring products. Hence all the flash banners created right in PowerPoint can be converted from PowerPoint projects to a Web-ready format with all PPT effect retained.
According to iSpring, the latest release of iSpring Free is ideal for creating online presentations, e-learning courses, quizzes, and survey. The freeware can be used for all personal, educational and commercial purposes too. Authors can convert the entire presentation, or just selected slides, as required. In addition, the size and scale of the presentation can be customized too, as can the bitrate of audio and video.
Edited by Adam Brandt