Google Slides

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About this app

Create, edit, and collaborate on presentations from your Android phone or tablet with the Google Slides app. With Slides, you can:

- Create new presentations or edit existing ones
- Share presentations and collaborate in the same presentation at the same time
- Work anywhere, anytime - even offline
- Add and respond to comments
- Add and rearrange slides, format text and shapes, and more
- Present straight from your mobile device
- Never worry about losing your work – everything is saved automatically as you type
- Make beautiful slides, instantly - with smart suggestions
- Present slides to video calls - scheduled meetings will automatically appear
- Open, edit, and save PowerPoint files

Google Slides is part of Google Workspace: where teams of any size can chat, create, and collaborate.

Google Workspace subscribers have access to additional Google Slides features, including:
- Collaborating on a single presentation online with your business partner, your whole team, or external contacts. You control who gets permission to edit, view, or just add comments.
- Starting from scratch or expediting the process by choosing a template. You can enhance your presentations with videos, images, drawings, and smooth transitions.
- Working across PCs, Macs, mobiles, and tablets—View or even present your slides from your phone or tablet, so you always have the option to practice your presentation up until the last minute.

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Permissions Notice
Calendar: This is used to join video calls from calendar invites.
Camera: This is used for camera mode in video calls and to insert images taken with the camera.
Contacts: This is used to give suggestions of people to add to files and share with.
Microphone: This is used to transmit audio in video calls.
Storage: This is used to insert images and to open files from USB or SD storage.
Updated on
May 9, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 7 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
Independent security review

Ratings and reviews

562K reviews
Joe_s Dad Upchurch
May 15, 2024
Great app, but I had to subtract 1 star because app version EITHER does not have all the options or commands that are available at Slides dot Google dot com OR they are buried too deeply to make those things useful. For example, the app appears to have far fewer text formatting and text box controls. I would have subtracted TWO stars for the above usability issue, except that it really is HANDY being able to make quick, simple, last-minute changes to from the app!
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April 29, 2024
Fear. Such a sudden sensation I felt when I laid eyes on my assignment, realizing that it was in google slides. Horror at each turn; the UI, the settings, the templates, all made my soul ache, missing the soft embrace of Canva and PowerPoint. And for what? For a subpar, mediocre software that barely reaches the base at which other presentation apps stand? I think not, for the user friendly access is no excuse for the lack of attention its had. So I depart from you, slides, to a better place.
109 people found this review helpful
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March 17, 2024
Wanted to use this app as a slideshow for a memorial to a lost pet. After adding, cropping, and organizing over 100 pictures, (which was easy once I got the hang of it, hence the 2 stars) I find out that the slides won't advance on their own, nor can I add video (like I heard was possible) I am now going to have to repeat the entire process on Microsoft PowerPoint. At least on there the slides can advance on their own and you can have animations.
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What's new

* Bug fixes and performance improvements