Thursday, November 1, 2012

COD - 11/1/2012 Doceri [iPad Whiteboard]

A special series of posts this week is featuring four iPad apps that can help you use your iPad effectively with an interactive whiteboard. Today's featured app is Doceri.

Doceri for iPad combines screencasting, desktop control, and an interactive whiteboard in one app. Create hand written or drawn projects on your iPad, using sophisticated drawing tools and the innovative Doceri Timeline.

Doceri allows you to backtrack to edit a drawing stroke, an inserted photo, or a hand drawn object at any time. Create, edit, replay, and refine your hand drawn or annotated presentation before you record, or record live during your presentation. Add an audio voice over as you record, or do it later.

When connected using wi-fi or an ad hoc wireless connection to your Mac or PC, you can access and control your desktop using Doceri on the iPad with the Doceri Desktop software on your computer. (You can present without Doceri Desktop via Airplay.)

Connect your Mac or PC to a projector and present anything from your iPad via the desktop software. Doceri’s one touch controls make it easy to control and annotate right on top of your Keynote or PowerPoint presentations, and save it as a Doceri project for future use. 

Still image captures, multi-page PDFs, or audio/video screencasts can be shared by email, iTunes, YouTube, or Facebook. Saving to the Camera Roll lets you share to any service you can connect to from your iPad or computer. 

Watch a video overview of Doceri

The free trial version of Doceri adds a watermark to the images, PDFs, and screencast videos that you share. To remove this watermark requires an in app purchase for $4.99 (USD). Requires iOS 5.0 or later.

>Similar apps you might want to check out:
Whiteboard Lite: Collaborative Drawing (free)
ShowMe Interactive Whiteboard (free)
Splashtop Whiteboard ($19.99)
Jot! Whiteboard Free (free)


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