Doceri is a presentation app that enables users to control and annotate their presentations remotely using tablets and desktops. Its features include flash video support, presentation recording, screen mirroring, touch gesture control, and replays. In this article, we cover Doceri reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Get a free trial.
Doceri pricing is based on three product licenses for different platforms: iPad ($0), Windows Tablet ($4.99), and Desktop ($30). The desktop app is used to connect the presentations, while the tablet apps are for mobile control. Doceri Certified Educator Professional Development Course, which comes with a free Desktop license, is also offered at $30.
There are multi-seat license keys available for schools and districts. Interested users may contact Doceri’s sales team for more information.
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Summary of Doceri Reviews
As of the date this article was written (April 4, 2019), there are no up-to-date Doceri reviews available online. If you are a past or current Doceri customer, leave a review to help other business owners who are deciding whether or not to use the software.
Check out the list below of some of Doceri’s features:
- Mobile remote control
- Flash video support
- Presentation annotation
- Presentation recording
- Screen mirroring
- Touch gesture control
- And more
How can Doceri help users highlight or zoom into important parts of their presentations?
Doceri users can use the lasso tool to select and isolate any portion of their presentation. Users can utilize this during their presentations for zooming in on the selection, or removing it, or any other purpose.
Can Doceri users export their presentations?
Yes. Doceri presentations can be exported into video and PDF files. They can send them as an email attachment or use iTunes to access the video file. Alternatively, these videos can also be uploaded to Facebook or YouTube. When exported as PDF files, users can adjust the number of slides being displayed per page.