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Redesigned Bunkr revealed

Not long ago we wrote about Bunkr, the modern presentation tool or said shortly: the PowerPoint Antidote. This week they come back again to the spotlight with a new release of their presentation web app in partnership with Etamin Studio. HTML5 is still behind the web app which is fully responsive and works seamlessly on computer, phone and tablet, while now it has been redesigned completely, offering a totally new user experience to make it even more appealing to a user base that for the moment is more than 35,000.

The PowerPoint antidote allows you to collect content and create presentations, integrating image search and saving steps that you usually have to take when working on your Power Point slides. Bunkr allows you to add slides to your presentation easily with the bookmarklet, while you can include images, video, articles, websites, notes or quotes etc.

Romain Dillet from Techcrunch calls Bunkr as the PowerPoint for the web, while compared to Prezi, it uses slide with simple drag and drop mechanisms. Some cool features of Bunkr include easy sharing of presentations with just a URL or download them in .ppt or .pdf file format. You can include Google Images, YouTube and images from your local storage, and additional services are next.

Bunkr has also 500 paying users and it’s present in over 140 countries, 85% outside of France, since it’s a French startup, and at the time we wrote about it, it had 7,000 users and was participating on the Walk the Plank competition at the European Pirate Summit 2013, in Cologne, Germany.

 

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