Best programs for creating presentations

Haiku Deck

Nowadays much can be done even without installing any software on your computer. For example, Haiku Deck works fine directly from the browser, and has apps but only for iPhone and iPad. Also among its advantages, a huge number of different themes, and just did millions of free images. So you’ll never have a shortage of fine material for a compelling presentation. The only drawback is that without an Internet connection most of the features available. And like many good products, Haiku Deck is worth the money — from $ 10 per month. But there is 7 days trial.

Prezi Business

The creators of Prezi Business decided to move away from the usual concept of the presentation, where there are many slides and each go one after the other. But the approach this company is hard to describe in words. Prezi Business though there are slides, but there is much you can fit on one and zoom “the camera” to various parts of it with different content.

A very important feature is the ability to work on the same presentation to several people. Importantly, they had a computer with macOS or Windows. Free $15 per month.


This program is mainly designed for enterprise users. At least the developers emphasize that this is a tool for marketers and “salespeople.” If you are one of them (but even if not), you should come to taste, your presentations will be stored in the cloud, which will give you the ability to access them from anywhere. It supports simultaneous operation on the same project from several people. Finally, CustomShow has version control, so you can always “undo” unwanted changes.


SlideDog is available directly from the browser and from smartphones and tablets. Moreover, you can remotely change the slides from another computer or smartphone and easily share individual pages with the audience directly during the presentation. SlideDog is still strong because it supports a large number of different types of content: web pages, PDF files, PowerPoint presentations, pictures, videos, etc. Good developers don’t forgot to leave a free version with limited features and Pro version will cost 8.33 dollars a month.


ClearSlide is a fairly bulky platform, which, as CustomShow, more focused on “salespeople.” But a regular user may find useful this tool. For example, you can present the client with the website or changes to the site, and not on the slides, but right in the browser, adding comments and other content directly on the page using a special shell CustomShow. There’s also a remote broadcast presentation via video conference. However, all this is significantly more competitors from 35 dollars a month.