Apple has released a minor update to Keynote Remote for the iPhone and iPod touch. Keynote Remote allows iOS device users to control a remote presentation running in Keynote on a Mac using Wi-Fi or an iPad or another iPhone or iPod touch using a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection. Users can swipe to advance or return to a previous slide, view presenter notes on their device and preview the upcoming slide. Version 1.3 now maintains the position in presenter notes when advancing through builds and addresses several minor usability and reliability issues. Keynote Remote is available from the App Store for $1 and requires Keynote ‘09 for Mac OS X or Keynote 1.4 or later for iOS.
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