UNofficial Prezi Player for Android - alpha version available

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In this new year, I would like to announce: my first ever Android app:
the UNofficial Prezi Player for Android.
Who knows, it may become 'the tablet app' of 2012 ;-0

It is very UNoffical: it is not officially endorsed by the prezi team; the app is developed by an individual (me).
Neither the prezi team, myself, or anyone else on this forum can give any support for this app: you are essentially ON YOUR OWN.
(Allthough success and failure reports in this thread are welcome).

The app is based upon a hack described in an earlier post ( ), is (again) dependent on an app by issess and on Adobe's flashplayer, and has the same restrictions (i.e.: no possibility to edit prezi's, only show).
If you read this post first and things are not clear, please read that earlier post.

For the record: I am not affiliated with the Prezi team, nor with Issess, nor with OpenIntents, and am just glad to be able to use their products.

The basic function of the app:
- convert a 'prezi zip file' to a folder with the correct content so that it can be played locally.
- guide the user (YOU) in going through the neccessary steps to 'install' a prezi locally, and play it with the issess flash player.

The app is in ALPHA stage: it works on my Android (Galaxy S2), has NO KNOWN bugs (at the moment of this post), but for all I know it may wreck your hardware, it may ruïn your life, it may cost you your job:
All very unlikely but: IT IS YOUR RISC to go ahead and try it:
It is a free app (and therefore) WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY, not even 'fit for a specific purpose'.
Please click on the 'about' and 'instructions' buttons (and read the text) before using this app.

It may work on your hardware, then again it might not.
If you like the app, and it 'makes you go PRO', please tell me (
If you want to, you may tell this as well to the prezi team ;-0

As stated earllier: I can NOT give support on this software: I did develop it, but this is in my free & spare time, and I do have a day job.
I will, however, read all messages to the gmail adress above (provided they are not caught by Google's spamfilter;-0).

In the following Youtube video ( you can see the app in working, and you can hear and see how to go about for installing this software outside the Android Marketplace.
Further instructions, and a link* to where you can download the app will follow in the second post.
*The app is developed by me, I am not sponsored and the app itself does not use adds, hence: no revenu, and therefore I decided to 'forgo' the opportunity to pay a developers fee for the Android Marketplace.

Kind regards,

(Fellow user, not affiliated with the prezi team).
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Great news everyone. As of right now, Prezi for Android is available in the Play Store.

The app is designed to help you practice your presentation on the go and whenever you have a moment. Pitch on the spot, whatever opportunity comes your way; share your presentation after a meeting, and literally leave an impression.

All your prezis are immediately available, and the ones you have most recently worked on appear at the top of the list. Whenever you view a prezi on your phone it is stored, so you can view it offline too. Up to 10 prezis will be stored at a time, so if you practice a presentation on the way, you ́ll know it ́s with you when you get to your venue, even if the internet isn ́t.

We ́ve also included a small explore section, where you can find inspiration and tips on how to become an even greater presenter.

Be ready for whatever life presents. Get Prezi for Android here.