Google Slides Now Allows You to Make Presentations Directly From Your Android Device to Hangouts Video Calls

August 10, 2015 – 10:07 am | by Steve

It looks like Google Slides is on a roll. Not a while ago, the company made a major milestone by being given the ability to cast presentations on any screen with AirPlay or Chromecast. Users can now expect a lot more from the company especially after expanding the feature. This expanded feature allows you to make presentations from any of your Android smartphone or tablet directly to a Hangouts video call.

Google Slides

Google Slides

The Slides app works in such a way that as the user, you’ll be required to click on the present button and say for example the meeting is on your calendar, the app allows you to start making your presentation immediately. As you are making your presentation, the app allows you to use your tablet or smartphone to advance slides, keep track of time and above all see your speaker notes. Another interesting feature that comes with this app is that it allows you see who is calling you even while still making your presentation.

In other related news, Google have also announced the release of an update to Google Keep (Google’s note taking application company). The update allows users to export their notes to Google Docs. In as much as this update cannot be counted as a real innovation, it is a useful feature when it comes to heavy Keep users. Google is always looking to improve on its features and these recent developments can fully attest to that.


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