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MediaSlate is an interesting Business app that converts your iPad into an interactive whiteboard with its spectacular layout and embedded features. Display the board screen on a multimedia projector while you work. Take notes, give presentations or play board games with your colleagues. A perfect substitute of a whiteboard and notepad. With MediaSlates amazing functionality and striking features you can consummate your business in the best way.MediaSlate can be used in schools as replacement for traditional whiteboards or flipcharts. Kids can create and enjoy their different intuitive drawings on this app. Moreover children can try their homework on this and erase at any stage. Now try different handwritings on screen and enjoy them in different colors. Save to photo library or share the colorful handwritings and drawings to your friends through email.Features of MediaSlate:-Multimedia support-Set line pattern to solid, dotted or straight line-Adjust line color-Use as many colors as you want -Save to photo library-Clear board using the eraser -Adjust line thickness-Redo and Undo features-Email board screen Get added striking features in MediaSlate Pro:-Multimedia Support-Improved user experience-Draggable Tool Palettes- Background Color options-Background selection from your photo album-Information enrich alerts-Share via Facebook & TwitterTry it out and make use of MediaSlate Pros eminent attributes from writing and drawing to presenting and labeling on a multimedia in your own unique way. Have fun with projecting, displaying and sharing!Writing and Drawing Tips:-Drag your finger to write and try different handwritings-Draw different things with finger. Take your time as art requires a well imaginative mind.-Use different stroke weights; Dotted, Line or Straight in your drawing. Use thin strokes for fine details and thick strokes for bold moves or to color the background.-Save your work in your photo library -Share all your art and handwritings with your friends through email