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Rated 4.66195 From 209,781 Votes
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  • Last Updated: 2020-09-10
  • New version: 1.2020.36201
  • File size: 219.69 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Google Slides


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Google Slides is an iPhone and Android Productivity App, made by Google LLC. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Google LLC, with the latest current version being 1.2020.36201 which was officially released on 2020-09-10. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 209,781 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 4.66195 out of a possible 5 stars.

How does it Work?


Create, edit, and collaborate with others on presentations from your iPod, iPhone, or iPad with the free Google Slides app. With Google Slides you can: * Create new presentations or edit any that were created on the web or on another device * Share presentations and work together with others in the same presentation at the same time * Get stuff done anytime -- even without an internet connection * Add and rearrange slides, format text and shapes, and more * Present right from your device * Never worry about losing your work -- everything is automatically saved as you type * Present slides to video calls - scheduled meetings will automatically appear * Open, edit, and save PowerPoint files Permissions Notice Camera: This is used for camera mode in video calls and to insert images taken with the camera. Microphone: This is used to transmit audio in video calls. Photos: This is used to access photos under the control of Photos Application to let the users pick images to insert into slides.

Top Reviews

  • Good, Could be Better.


    By ESA_7232
    Well I’ve always enjoyed writing little books and things like that, but you see the problem with google slides is, well this is kind of hard to say but it doesn't represent something you would use as to write or draw due to bugs and things like that, im sure with all these little new updates etc. they will be fixed, but it just doesn't seem that way really, all the updates say bugs fixed and improvements and it really just seems like a throw off, I keep getting suggestions and auto correct from slides that are wrong and are up to me to fix, my pictures really don't seem to feel like uploading themselves and these problems have really been bugging me and i’m sure many other people can agree with this claim. anyways this rating was mostly complains but the app isn’t all that bad, of course like everything, it has it’s ups and downs, but it really is a great way to write and do things like homework and etc, with online school right around the corner im sure it will be useful. Thank you for reading my little rating, I hope it helps you.
  • Why I began to hate Google Slides


    By this account again123
    Google slides is easy to use and it’s a great app...when you don’t have to upload photos. I’m a middle school student who had to start school online because of COVID-19, and it’s been very stressful. You see, since I’m not in class physically, my science teacher (and other teachers) assigned me something called a “Digital Notebook”. It’s where you upload photos of your work from a sheet of paper or a notebook on to the digital notebook slides. But that’s the problem. Whenever I try to upload a photo, it just shows this triangle with a exclamation sign in it (in other words the warning sign or the sign that says something went wrong). Uploading photos used to work before, but now the photos don’t want to show! My teacher thinks I’m not doing my work when it’s just Google Slides acting stupid! I tried putting the photos using my computer, but the photos won’t show inside my Google Drive, which infuriates me more. Even if I try to discuss what’s going on, my teacher might think I’m just putting excuses and she’ll give me a big fat 0. And you want to know why? BECAUSE GOOGLE SLIDES IS A FREAKING STUPID APP THAT CAUSED ME TO FAIL!!!!
  • Transitions and Backgrounds


    By Evaldrid
    I honestly prefer Google products over most Microsoft, and Slides is a definite win, especially after seeing a mobile app. I took my iPad to school, prepared for the presentation, and I tapped around, seeing what all they had. Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad we have the “theme” option, but what about backgrounds? It’s kinda tiring looking up images, dragging them into slides, making it full size, sending to the back, and not helping your team all at once. Please add the “background” option. Also, since I begun Slides, I always tried my best to use my best format, honest opinion, and make them as interesting as possible. However, after looking around, I found I still couldn’t find yet another option- transitions. While yes, I agree that we need more, newer ones, we also need— well, the basic options on mobile. I can see them on my iPad during present, but I can’t find it. (If it’s there, please respond where.) Other than those, I’d say 5 stars! *****
  • Great! But...


    By Queen of the Catnicorns
    I love this app. I use it on desktop first and it worked beautifully and I was really happy. I made a bunch of stuff whether I needed to or not. We get free time sometimes, so I’d normally go on slides and make something random. I was really happy, again, so downloaded it on my iPad at home. Again, worked amazing and I was happy. But the but comes in here. I downloaded on my iPhone and there are a few glitches. It just got me to my home screen mid type and I just lost a bunch of my progress. And I can’t move a small text box, I have to expand it one way and shrink the other. I’d appreciate if these small glitches are fixed, and it’s a little picky. But all in all, I recommend this to anyone and I love it!🦄
  • Love it, but it can use some improvements.


    By Nicolinus
    I’m a teacher, and with this distance learning, I have been relying heavily on Google Slides to help me make interactive assignments. I just got off of Zoom with a student, whom I was trying to help for an hour because she said she couldn’t complete her work on Google Slides. I pulled the exact same assignment up on my iPad, and I discovered that I couldn’t type anything on the slide. My qwerty keyboard never appeared when I clicked on a text box nor when I created a text box. I have a keyboard set up to my iPad, which I discovered I could use to type on the document, but my student doesn’t, and she doesn’t know how to complete her assignment because of this. If this is a glitch or a fluke, can you please fix it? If we were just looking in the wrong place, please let me know so I can help my student. I don’t want this to be the norm when I assign work to my students.
  • This is good!


    By LillyZer0
    Okay, so this is probably because my phone is full of crap, but it took FØREVER for the app to download. So if your phone is full of crap like mine, grab some chips, you’re gonna have to wait a life span. Anyway, I was trying to get on Slides because I left early from school, and I wanted to help my group with our research project. So I went to Drive to get on the project. But Drive told me I had to download another app to get on. And, why? They should all be on Drive instead of having to download all the apps for your documents and PDFs. So(After waiting forever) I got in the app and got on the slide. Some critical reviews said, “Oh it has glitches.” And they might have, but I got in and everything worked. No bugs. I could type, and everything was just fine. This is good! I recommend it.
  • Great! But...Not perfect!


    By shelby_07
    I have always thought that school was worthless , boring, etc. So to my surprise when a couple weeks ago Governor Northem shut our state down school was out! Well thanks to the coronavirus 💢!!! So we used the most boring app of all time called google classrooms, and BAM! She sent us a project. So our math teacher was wanting us to teach her equation aka algebra with google slides. It was fun cause my artistic hands made hand drawn anime pics! Plus obviously 🙄, Microsoft is wimpy and doesn’t allow you to search pictures, so you have to copy and paste, and make your own theme. Well of course google slide has that covered. Now why do I give it a 4/5 well to me if you have a 5/5 rating your just luxury waiting to happen. I mean I love, and I mean LOVE writing and researching, and basically well everything about google slides. But it’s just I only use it for school and schoolwork is just not my cup of tea. I only use it for schoolwork because I have a school google account and you have to log in. Another thing I hate about it is that you can’t print a single page of your masterpiece! 💔 Thank you for wasting your time on my big rant and a little complimentary spice! 😁😇♥️🤪🥺
  • Amazing!!!😁


    By Babble French
    I love and prefer google apps over the Microsoft versions. Google slides and docs are much better than word!!! Although word has more options the google format is simpler. It is easier to share document and edit them with google. When ever o use word o have issues sending my work to friends and colleagues. But not with google it works every time! It also tells you if you type in the wrong email do you don’t have to worry about sending your work to a random person. You can also choose what the people you send your work to are aloud to edit!! In conclusion LOVE google it’s performance is flawless I highly recommend it!!!😀😀😀
  • A student’s view of Google Slides


    By Ellie Croak
    I rate this app 5 stars, but I’m a student, so I use apps like this all the time. When I found this app, I was kind of confused of what to do. After getting to play around with this app, I got used to it and I was enjoying it very much. I used it so much, whenever we needed it in school, so my teacher was becoming proud for me having my own device and using it ahead of time so I didn’t need to do it with the rest of the class and I had lots of free time. It’s all because my best friend recommended it to me. And she wouldn’t have found out about it If it weren’t have been made so, thanks for all the hard work on this app!
  • Present music from this era


    By comrunnehar
    Music is found in every known culture , past and present , varying widely between times and places. Present Music announces its next concert of new chamber music by women and non-binary composers in a concert devoted to performing a diverse and provocative sample of this century’s musical works created by women and non binary composers, Milwaukee, present music ensemble is once again calling attention to composers who are creating extraordinary new music. Here some I listing present music from this era Summer walker: she is an American singer and songwriter. Her most familiar songs is playing game, girls need love. I’ll kill you. Meianie martinec: she is an American singer, song writer actress and director. Her familiar songs is cry baby. Doll house pity party EB. SzA: she is an American singer. Her familiar song is Normal girl , power is power, All the stars, Broken clocks. Kendrick Lamar : he is an American rapper. His most familiar songs is money trees, love , pray for me , swimming pools. Chris Brown: He is a singer songwriter. His familiar song is look at me now, five more hours, say goodbye, forever etc.

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