LibreOffice Impress Remote

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About this app

Get the free presentation remote control app for LibreOffice! The Impress Remote lets you interact with your slideshow presentation from your Android device – including slide previews, speaker notes, and more.

A detailed description of the prerequisites and a step-by-step user guide is available here:

LibreOffice is the power-packed free, libre and open source personal productivity suite for Windows, macOS and GNU/Linux, which gives you six feature-rich applications for all your document production and data processing needs: Writer, Calc, Impress, Draw, Math and Base. Support and documentation is free from our large, dedicated community of users, contributors and developers.

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LibreOffice, and the Impress Remote, is community-driven and developed software – and a project of the governing charitable organization, The Document Foundation.

This software is developed by users, just like you, who believe in the principles of free software and in sharing their work with the world in a non-restrictive way. Meet us at
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Aug 29, 2023

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1.54K reviews
Matthew Redding
March 29, 2024
EDIT: Settings were moved to Slide Show -> Slide Show Settings in newer versions of Libreoffice. It's a little buggy, but works. It seems to take a while for slides other than the first one to load/update over Bluetooth. Wifi seems to work better. I think this might be a limitation of Bluetooth though, not the app.
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The Document Foundation
March 29, 2024
The feature is still available. The checkbox to enable it from within Impress has been moved to "Slide Show" -> "Slide Show Settings", Section "Remote control". It's just the documentation hasn't been updated yet, which is tracked in this bug report:
Tom McKeown
June 1, 2022
The idea of this remote for Impress is a great idea and it sort of work. The lag between telling it to change screens and actually seeing a change is very long. But, the biggest problem is readability. The screen icon are just too small to be useful. I can't tell what slide it actually is and I have to guess. Yes, most of my slides have the same general screen layout and only a few texts are changed. Make the screen icons adjustable for a larger size and this would be very handy.
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Victor Edwards
March 15, 2021
It works, after a few steps. The instructions could be better. I'm using Libre Office x64 on my Windows 8.1 PC. The wifi connection does work and it auto detects my computer name. There are two separate settings you have to change in the Libre Office menus. It didn't work until I restarted Libre Office and then Windows asked me if I wanted to allow the program thru the firewall. After confirming that I was asked to input a 4 digit pin code into Libre Office. I have both control and image
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What's new

Version 2.6.1 (v30):
* update translations
* remove text suggesting that experimental options have to be enabled in LibreOffice, that has not been the case since at least 7.3.0
* bump targetSDK to comply with store requirements