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Berlin, February 3, 2014 - LibreOffice Impress Remote for iPhone/iPad is
now available on the iTunes Store. The app allows to use your smartphone
to remotely manage the LibreOffice Impress presentation running on your
laptop, by showing a miniature of the slides on the screen and allowing
to navigate back and forth by sweeping right and left with your fingers.
In addition, you can also visualize the presenter's notes.

LibreOffice Impress Remote for iPhone/iPad is compatible with the
recently announced LibreOffice 4.2 for Windows, MacOS and Linux. You can
use the app - developed by Siqi Liu, a brilliant Google Summer of Code
student - with any desktop version of LibreOffice.

"With the announcement of LibreOffice Impress Remote for iPhone/iPad,
which supplements the already available app for Android, launched in
January 2013 and available on Google Play Store since then, we make
another step forward to make LibreOffice users happy", says Florian
Effenberger, Chairman of The Document Foundation. "Today, thanks to our
apps, we can potentially reach over 1 billion smartphone users worldwide
with the LibreOffice brand".

Download LibreOffice

LibreOffice 4.2 is immediately available for download from the following
link: The new LibreOffice Impress
Remote for iPhone/Ipad is available on iTunes Store.

Support The Document Foundation

LibreOffice users, free software advocates and community members can
support The Document Foundation with a donation at Money collected will be used to grow the
infrastructure, and support marketing activities to increase the
awareness of the project, both at global and local level.

Short link to blog post:

Italo Vignoli - Director
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The Document Foundation
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