Cloudswave Score for emaze
Rating based on 4 Critic Reviews
Stacy Fisher, on About.com
emaze can create some pretty awesome presentations. You have to try it out to understand exactly what I mean by this, but the idea is that a canvas that resembles a newspaper is used to show the slides, zooming in and out to move through the paper as you move through the slides.
emaze is a different type of presenting platform. If you expect to find a PowerPoint clone, then you will be disappointed. On the other hand, if you are ready to unlearn, and then explore and discover – then there's so much to like about emaze. One cool feature that emaze possesses is 3D templates – and to the end user, it adds no extra learning curve. Create slides as you would typically do, and emaze takes care of the 3D space for slide movement.
All put together, you should certainly take a closer look at emaze.
Will Hagle, on All My Faves
If you’re a professor, another professional, or a type of person that just likes giving presentations (that might be weird, but I can’t blame you), I’d highly recommend using Emaze. It’s truly a worthwhile contender to the more traditional, expensive presentation applications.
Kirstin Sobotka, on Graphite
Overall, if it's the right tool for your classroom, Emaze's flexibility and sophisticated design make it a solid way to create effective, appealing presentations.
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