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Friday Freebie: Let Your Voice be Heard with AdobeVoice!

Some time ago, I shared one of my favorite presentation tools, Haiku.  It's an easy to use app that allows you to create visually appealing presentations in minutes and has an incredible library of built in high quality images. It's a super tool. So, what could be better than that?

Well, I may have found the answer. Enter Adobe Voice, a free iOS app that also allows users to easily add content to slides (in the form of images, text, or symbols). The user can also choose from a variety of sleek looking themes. With the themes, colors and fonts are automatically chosen, giving students time to concentrate on content rather than spending way too much time on picking out colors and fonts. As with Haiku, users can use a built in library of symbols and incredibly powerful images (all searchable and free to use). Users can also upload their images from their iPad, DropBox, or Facebook accounts. If you just need text on a slide, you can add that instead of a symbol or image.

But here…