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Slidestaxx

Social Media Slideshow Creator


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Published 08/22/2011 and rated Ratingstars3 3 out of 5 stars
by AppAppeal Editor
What can you use the app for?

Slidestaxx makes it easy for users to gather social media and put the content together into an effective slideshow. The application allows users to add video clips, photos, websites and other content to their slide show. The completed slide show can be embedded on a website, blog or accessed through the Slidestaxx site. Users can build a themed slide show, create a product presentations or make an instructional or educational slideshow. Slidestaxx slideshows can be shared through social networks as well, including Facebook and Twitter. The application only takes a few minutes to use, with a simple slide show created in less than 10 minutes. Users can also visit the Slidestaxx website and explore slideshows created by others. These cover a diverse collection of themes ranging from street art and lesson plans to Mesopotamia, DSLR movie making and new television shows.

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What is the history and popularity of the app?

Slidestaxx was created in 2011. The application was intended to make it easier for users to build an effective slideshow using resources they find online. Rather than spending hours organizing and producing the slideshow, the user can input the content and let Slidestaxx generate an engaging slideshow for them.

What are the differences to other apps?

Slidestaxx allows users to compile a number of resources, including videos and photos, into one slideshow. The application handles much of the difficult work that often comes with organizing and designing a slideshow. This enables users with little to no experience with multimedia or slideshow product to create a presentation that works for their intended purpose. Although the service is not terribly unique, it is still an effective solution.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

The Slidestaxx website uses a gentle color scheme that includes a pale yellow background, green and orange. The slideshow pages consists of the actual presentation along the left with additional data to the right. The data includes who created the slideshow, a description or synopsis of the presentation, code that allows the user to embed the slideshow in a website or blog and buttons that allow the user to share the slideshow through Twitter, Facebook and many other social resources.

How does the registration process work?

A new user can join the Slidestaxx community by clicking the black and white “Sign Up” button found near the center of the homepage. The registration form is selected on the following page and asks for a username, email address and word verification code (to prove that the user is human). After filling out the form, the user can click the orange and white “Create New Account” button at the bottom to submit their information.

What does it cost to use the application?

Slidestaxx invites all users to try its service for free. There are no subscription fees or other expenses required to use the application. This is definitely a good choice considering the many free resources that are used to compile the data for each slideshow. Anyone can create, share and explore slideshows for free.

Who would you recommend the application to?

Slidestaxx.com is aimed at anyone who would like to create a presentation. The application could work for users who simply want to share their expertise or love of a subject, topic or event as well as those who are working towards a goal (such as product marketing). Slidestaxx is easy to use and makes sharing slideshows painless.

  • Create a new slideshow
  • Embed slideshows on websites and blogs
  • Share slideshows through social networks and email
  • View slideshows created by other Slidestaxx users
  • Access Slidestaxx tools for free


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