Presentation Guide

How can I make a presentation with Icongraph?

There are many ways you can make a presentation with Icongraph. Icongraph’s default image ratio is a 16:9 landscape image, which in our opinion the ultimate ratio. Not only is it great for social media posts, but it’s also a pleasing and versatile image format that can be used for Powerpoint, Keynote, and Google Slides presentations.

Firstly, let’s assume that you’ve already exported your Icongraph images to the iOS Photos app on your device.


Make a slide presentation using your iPhone & iPad Photos App

On your iOS device the easiest way would be to create a new folder in your Photos App and save your Icongraph images into it.

Photos > Albums Page > Tap the + icon to make a new album

You can either manually swipe your presentation or make a slideshow:

Slideshow > (Tap on a slide) > Options > Theme > Push


Make a slide presentation using Apple’s Keynote App on your iPhone & iPad

A more advanced method would be to use Apple’s Free Keynote Mobile App.

From the Keynote Recents Page > + (tap the plus icon at the top to make a new presentation)

In Keynote choose a new template and make sure you choose the ‘Wide’ tab. (This is a perfect 16:9 ratio which means your Icongraph slide will fit exactly into it.











To import your Icongraph images into Keynote:

Current Slide > Tap the + icon on the top right > Tab 4 (import images from Camera Roll)

















You can choose to either add your text in Icongraph, or if you want your text to remain editable, we advise you to leave off the Header, Subheader and footer text and write your text in Keynote. That way, all the text will be editable later.