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Briefly: Screenplay for iPad, Templates for Keynote Pro

updated 12:15 pm EDT, Mon June 27, 2011

Templates for Keynote Pro

Black Mana Studios has released a new iPad tool for writing screenplays, while emendo Media has launched a new package of Keynote themes for the iPad

Black Mana Studios has introduced a new iPad tool designed specifically for creating screenplays. Screenplay for iPad was built upon the same framework as its iPhone counterpart, but introduces more than 75 new features. The iPad release allows users to import screenplays as either TXT or FDX files, and includes an auto-style mode that attempts to guess what the next element of a script will be based on the current element. Users can also organize story elements onto color coded index cards that can be exported to a computer. Screenplay for iPad can be purchased in the App Store for $14.

emendo Media releases new iPad Keynote themes

Templates for Keynote Pro, a collection of 30 customizable templates for the mobile version of Keynote, has been released in the App Store. The new templates have been packaged together into an iOS application and organized into six different categories, including Clear-Cut, Powerful, Classical, Playful, Innovative, and Dynamic. Altogether the package includes more that 500 slides designed for graphics, tables, diagrams, quotes, charts, and more. To celebrate the application's release emendo Media is offering a 50 percent discount, bringing the cost down to $5.

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