Adobe's Slate presentation app makes its way to the web

Adobe's Slate presentation app has been available on iPad for a little while, and the company has now launched a version of the app for the web. Slate allows you to create beautiful presentations using text and photos, and now, projects will sync automatically between the web and iPad versions using Adobe Creative Cloud.

The release of Adobe Slate for Web corresponds with an update to the iPad version of the app, which adds text alignment features and more. Check out the list below for the changes.

  • Slate is now also available on the web! You can now create & edit projects from your desktop browser.
  • Sync is now supported! With this update your projects will stay in sync across all your devices.

The whole web and sync thing took a lot of our attention, but we managed to get a few additional features in there:

  • Right, left and center text alignment are now supported
  • The samples on the explore screen will now be updated more frequently. Maybe yours will be next!
  • Lightroom albums now allow you to sort by capture time or your custom sort from Lightroom, and you can filter by picked or flagged status. So. Much. Easier.
  • Captions from Lightroom photos are now automatically pulled into Slate
  • Photo grids are smarter. Tapping one image to make it larger used to make a bunch of other images in the grid larger as well. That was annoying. We do it far less often now.

You can download Adobe Slate for iPad from the App Store, and you'll find the web version at

Joseph Keller

Joseph Keller is the former Editor in Chief of iMore. An Apple user for almost 20 years, he spends his time learning the ins and outs of iOS and macOS, always finding ways of getting the most out of his iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.