Which iPad apps work best for presentations?

As tablet computers grow in popularity, more people are opting to use them instead of laptop PCs for business presentations, as ReadWriteWeb notes in its rundown of nine popular presentation apps.

Most presenters will probably want to stick with the Keynote app, says RWW's Klint Finley. The app, which is available for $9.99, allows users to display files from Keynote and PowerPoint in addition to creating and editing their own presentation from built-in templates.

Power Presenter, which costs $1.99, allows for more live interactivity, including the ability to display websites and use the iPad to write on for whiteboarding.

Other presentation apps in RWW's roundup include 2Screens and Quickoffice.

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