App Giveaway: Templates for Keynote for iPad

If you've ever felt that the 12 templates that come with Apple's Keynote app for iPas isn't enough, it's time to take a look at Templates for Keynote. It comes with 36 templates and over 600 slides that can be quickly exported into Keynote for iPad.

Keynote users, this app is a must-have! All of the templates are beautifully designed and will help your presentations stand out. Not to mention, it's super easy to use: just select the template you wish to use and select "Open in Keynote". Within seconds, your new presentation is underway!

Templates for Keynote Pro is designed to supplement the basic 12 templates included with Apple`s Keynote application on the iPad. With more than 600 different slides the template collection significantly expands the possibilities for creating stylish, effective presentations. Templates for Keynote Pro features now 36 different templates, each of which provides slides for graphics, pictures, tables, diagrams, charts, quotes, and more. Themes are quickly exportable into Keynote.

  • 6 different categories
  • 36 diverse templates (from simple to sophisticated, from fancy to functional)
  • Over 600 slides (Tables, charts, pictures, quotes, overviews, summaries, processes and much more)
  • Quick look and support of fullscreen preview
  • Super fast export to Keynote (all templates are optimized for your iPad®)


The good folks at emend Media have supplied us with 5 promo codes to hand out to our wonderful readers! For a chance to win, just let us know what you create Keynote presentations for: is it school, work, fun? Sound off in the comments below!

Templates for Keynote is available on the iPad for $4.99.

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Leanna Lofte

Former app and photography editor at iMore, Leanna has since moved on to other endeavors. Mother, wife, mathamagician, even though she no longer writes for iMore you can still follow her on Twitter @llofte.