Templates for Keynote (Nobody)
Developer: Nobody LLC
Current Version: 1.3.0
Last Updated: 9 days ago
Download Size: 564.7 MB - Download
AMAZING ADD-ON FOR KEYNOTE
Templates for Keynote (by Nobody) is an amazing add-on for Apple's Keynote app. It provides 70 stunning templates for Keynote, each with over 20 ready-to-use slides to suit everyone's needs.
INTEGRATES SEAMLESSLY WITH KEYNOTE
Simply open a template in Keynote and use it just like one of the built-in ones.
Once opened in Keynote you can apply your own colors, fonts, pictures, animations, etc.
Tell us what templates you would like to see in the next update.
IMPORTANT: KEYNOTE REQUIRED!!!
Make sure you own Keynote - Apple's presentation app. In order to open any of the templates, you need to have Keynote installed on your computer. You can download Keynote from the Mac App Store. The only reason why you would not be able to open a template is if you did not have Keynote installed on your computer!
***Keynote version 6.5 required.
10 beautiful new templates added.
You can now resize the app's window.
Most Helpful Reviews
An unbreatable price for a good set of templates - I’ve paid too little for template libraries before and ended up with a whole bunch of garbage. Given the good price for this template library, I was pretty worried I might have the same bad luck, but I was wrong: the template application is well written and pleasant to work with and the templates run the gamut from solid to really good. I would recommend this template library as a good starting point for anyone looking to use templates. I’ve found what I’ve needed in this app for my last 2 or 3 projects no problem. Are there better templates elsewhere, sure, there are some collections with more artistic templates but they either each cost money or the library cost is exhorbinant. One other thing that strikes me about these templates is that, while they don’t go overboard with art, they are generally very clean and professional looking styles.
Ugly templates - These templates don’t look like they were designed by graphic designers. Many of the slide backgrounds are way too busy and distracting to the eye