Zenter is an web based presentation app that promises to really take advantage of being online. Users will have the regular functionality of PowerPoint, but with the ability to directly add content from the web (Google Images). Each public slide show will also be put into a public library, for other users to remix or just drop into their show.
Zenter was acquired by Google in June, 2007.
Funding Rounds (1) - $15kUpdate
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