Microsoft Sway

Microsoft Sway

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2015-01-08
  • Current Version: 1.28
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 84.37 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 751 App Reviews)
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Microsoft Sway App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 751 App Reviews

Microsoft Sway App Details

Sway is a digital storytelling app that makes it easy to create visually striking presentations, newsletters, and personal stories to share with others. Just add your content, and let Sway do the rest.   -- Create vibrant stories even while on the go -- Easily add text and images to your presentation, newsletter, or blog right from your mobile device. You can also snap and add new photos to your digital creation with your built-in camera. -- Get to striking designs in just a few minutes --  Sway’s design engine instantly puts all your content together into a nice, cohesive layout. Choose from multiple designs in the Layout gallery, customize it to add finishing touches, and you’re ready to go. -- Share your Sways with a simple link --  It's super easy to share a Sway. Family, friends, classmates, and colleagues can see your digital creation just by clicking on your Sway link. The best part? Sway dynamically adapts to look great on every screen.  -- Pick up wherever you left off -- Sways automatically sync through the cloud, so you can edit or view all your Sways across different devices. Use your Office 365 home, school, or work account, or your Microsoft account to get started.


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App Reviews

  • Great alternative to PowerPoint, but can’t save shows locally

    By VanSperling
    I really like using Sway, but I can’t rely on it and have to stick to PowerPoint because Sway files can’t be downloaded to my iPad to work and view when I’m offline. If that changes, Sway will become my go-to app for all presentations!
  • Good app for Slideshows

    By Noah the Nerd
    I like it because it is more interactive than PowerPoint but more confusing to use.
  • Huh — what’s the point?

    By drjwr
    An odd, unintuitive, juvenile-selfie program. I don’t get this app and have never used it professionally. But glad it works for some people.
  • Doesn’t work

    By dprofito
    Started a sway on my PC. It doesn’t show on the phone. Tried to start one on the phone, won’t let me because it says internet connection can’t be made.
  • Loading Loading Loading

    By Phxcrlyn
  • Sway

    By @hellapeenyo
    Sway as in palm tree in the wind, in California. Definitely not Swayze!
  • Sway for education

    By mrzphd
    Sway has been an important part of our school since it was first released. Our students use it daily abs weekly. As an educator, the mobile app makes it so quick and easy to pull images and documentation from my phone. I’ve used it to document events and conferences, for teaching and learning design as well as professional development.
  • No go without a hotmail account?

    By sean808080
    Can’t use it if you don’t have a Microsoft email. No thanks.
  • Yup it’s that good.

    By dj doom
    It makes finding pictures for ideas you have and presenting them in awesome clean way very easy! Also makes collaboration really easy with other people. I never write reviews it’s that good
  • It's really fun

    By Ckende
    I can't stop creating presentations. Too bad this wasn't around when I was in school! 👍🏼