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Briefly: New Keynote themes, new iPad ad platform

updated 10:00 pm EDT, Wed March 24, 2010

New advertising partnership announced

Ten new Keynote themes have been released by KeynoteThemesPlus, while AdMarvel and PointRoll have announced a new partnership to bring new advertising possibilities to mobile devices

KeynoteThemesPlus has announced the launch of 10 new themes for Apple's Keynote presentation software. The new set of Themes in Action includes: Chart, In Red, Money, Night, Old Gear, People, Planet, Secret Eye, Tunnel and US Dollars. All of the themes are available in five different sizes allowing users to create presentations for either widescreen or traditional displays. The package of 10 themes is currently priced at $31 and includes support for Keynote 4.0 and up. Additionally, a new free World Theme has also been released through the companies website.

New mobile advertising partnership

A new partnership between AdMarvel and PointRoll has been established that will bring new advertising capabilities to the iPad. Together the companies have been working on new ideas that will offer ad mediation, campaign management, ad serving, and analytics that are specifically tailored for mobile devices such as the iPad. The platform that has been developed supports JavaScript, animations, and the ability to display an ad within an application for the promotion of new features or content. Additionally, the iPad Advertising Platform features click-to-contact, click-to-maps, click-to-app, and click-to-video actions.

by MacNN Staff




  1. DahlBryn

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Save your money

    Unbelievably amateurish in look and scope. They're not tasteful
    or polished. Most are cheesy concepts with an ugly color palate.
    Definitely not produced by a real designer with a sense of esthetic.

    These have the smell of a high-school student trying to score coin
    for learning how to use 3D software. A general adage in life applies -
    products like these that constantly profess quality, usually have non.

    Save your $31. There are far better products out there.

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