Review: iPrompter for Mac transforms your display into a scrolling prompter

Aid your speech delivery and enhance your presentations with onscreen prompting, using iPrompter for Mac.

iPrompter for Mac lets you create scrolling text prompts for speeches, eliminating the need for confusing notes and rote memorization. Though it doesn't excel in terms of design and features, it remains an appealing tool for students and professionals. If you need a virtual prompter on your Mac, this app is a good choice.

iPrompter for Mac lets you type your speech directly into the text box -- a maximum of 20,000 characters -- or open a speech you previously saved. The display options for the text are rather limited, including size and font color, background color, and horizontal or vertical text orientations, but they still offer enough variation to guarantee that you will be able to read the scrolling prompt no matter what place you find yourself in. Once you are ready to deliver your speech, the app gives you basic controls for speed and scroll direction: you can pause and resume using the space bar, and scroll up or down and set the speed using the arrow keys. The rendered text looks good and is legible, even on an 11-inch screen.

iPrompter for Mac stands out as a free and functional presentation aid for anyone who needs to give a speech, but has trouble memorizing it. If you give a lot of speeches and want to get rid of all those paper notes that weigh you down, you will want to download this useful tool.

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