Microsoft Sway

Microsoft Sway

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2015-01-08
  • Current Version: 2.13
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 85.66 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 1,020 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
Microsoft Sway App Ratings: 4.5
4.5
Total 1,020 Reviews
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Microsoft Sway App Description

Sway is a digital storytelling app that makes it easy to create visually striking presentations, newsletters, and personal stories to share with others. Just add your content, and let Sway do the rest.   -- Create vibrant stories even while on the go -- Easily add text and images to your presentation, newsletter, or blog right from your mobile device. You can also snap and add new photos to your digital creation with your built-in camera. -- Get to striking designs in just a few minutes --  Sway’s design engine instantly puts all your content together into a nice, cohesive layout. Choose from multiple designs in the Layout gallery, customize it to add finishing touches, and you’re ready to go. -- Share your Sways with a simple link --  It's super easy to share a Sway. Family, friends, classmates, and colleagues can see your digital creation just by clicking on your Sway link. The best part? Sway dynamically adapts to look great on every screen.  -- Pick up wherever you left off -- Sways automatically sync through the cloud, so you can edit or view all your Sways across different devices. Use your Office 365 home, school, or work account, or your Microsoft account to get started.

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Microsoft Sway App Reviews

  • Huh — what’s the point?

    1
    By drjwr
    An odd, unintuitive, selfie-like program. I don’t get this app and have never used Sway professionally and can’t imagine the need. Junior High papers? Blogs? But I’m glad that it works for some people.
  • Better than PowerPoint

    5
    By BlindReader 7
    I love sway. I use it for every presentation in school. There’s no bugs, and I love how you can do almost anything on it. Sway has a lot more features than PowerPoint. You can even make a grid! I love Sway, and will continue to use this awesome app.
  • Freakin awesome

    5
    By Dean.....
    Is there a better multi media album service?
  • Improvements

    4
    By claudsferro
    I’m loving sway and use it to run an internal newsletter. I do however find some aspects limiting and would love to see improvements. Eg, greater ability to format content; ability to expand and minimize content within sections; better sub section controls;’greater control on imbedding links, showing PDFs and images; and greater reporting capabilities. Sharing image of newsletter doesn’t quite work when pasting to email or word. Ability to add subscribers. Ability to see what was read and what links were clicked. The above would go a long way in the ability to use sway for external newsletter.
  • Easy to use

    5
    By Shawna # 1
    I thought this would be something hard to learn, but Microsoft made this user friendly. Once you get started you can’t stop. Thank Microsoft.
  • Wasteful

    3
    By patpatexpress
    Does not work with a school email. Can do anything for school on this ridiculous app.
  • Easy to share

    5
    By ijustplaydrums
    Couldn’t ask for an easier app to make simple presentations for friends.
  • Awesome app

    5
    By Shahab Ab
    A nice and straightforward app to make a presentation..
  • Love the app hate the devs.

    3
    By drewaters
    .... The app is great missing suggested content but really good. Noting personal with the actual developers but more with the higher ups. I mean this app should have been on Windows 10 mobile. No point of the UWP Was there, no attempt to make Windows 10 mobile an good platform. So many people were wanting the app and Microsoft decides to thumb their noses and support their competitors when they obviously don't want to support Microsoft. Thx
  • Great alternative to PowerPoint, but can’t save shows locally

    3
    By VanSperling
    I really like using Sway, but I can’t rely on it and have to stick to PowerPoint because Sway files can’t be downloaded to my iPad to work and view when I’m offline. If that changes, Sway will become my go-to app for all presentations!

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