Templates for Keynote Pro is available for free today – down from its standard price of $4.99.
This app is the best source of additional templates for Keynote that I’ve come across. It has over 30 templates and over 650 slides. The slides and templates cover a good range of styles and many of them are a lot more geared towards business presentations than the default set in the Keynote app.
I’ve used these templates Inappropriate several training sessions and for a number of presentations I’ve done – and they’ve always been very well received. If you do a lot of presentations with Keynote this app is a very good one to have around – so grab it for free today if you get a chance.
Here’s an App Store link for Templates for Keynote Pro.
The MapQuest iOS app has been updated today, to Version 3.2. One of the headline new features in this update is the addition of traffic-based routes – which help you route around heavy traffic, road closures and the like.
Here’s the remainder of the change list for Version 3.2:
Added helpful tips in the route list, like “Federal Blvd is just past Grove St”
Support for the iPhone 5′s four-inch display
You can now pause navigation at any time from the updated navigation display
Pick a fancy new icon for yourself by tapping on your current location icon
Fixed a crash some users were experiencing when using traffic
This is actually an iPhone app that does not yet have a full iPad version, but I’ve used it quite a bit on family road trips and it has always worked very well. In fact it often served us much better than the Maps app did – even back before iOS 6 when the Maps app was still powered by Google Maps.
Here’s an App Store link for MapQuest; it’s a free app.