Free and web based, the application helps give life to your ideas and share them
Don't let your ideas flee to the wind: this seems like the message Microsoft wants to pass on with Office Sway, his new tool ready for launch. It is a transversal application to give shape to the projects that blend in your head, which can be used on different devices (smartphones, tablets, computers) and which uses the web as a file sharing platform once created. Also, free.
It would seem a simplified evolution of Office PowerPoint: with Sway you can create animated presentation from the aesthetically appreciable and immediate graphics, including videos, photos and other contents. But the most innovative thing is that when you have finished your document, you can share by simply copying and pasting its url in an email or on social networks.
This feature makes the app particularly useful for speed up the circulation of projects also informal and extemporaneous, less structured than the usual presentations in ppt format. C claims that Sway represents Microsoft's response to Evernote, but also to Prezi: if you want to see for yourself what it is, download the Preview.