Microsoft has just released Sway for Windows 10
A few days ago in Windows Store application appeared Sway for Windows 10, which can be summarized as an enhanced version of the PowerPoint with special features that allow you to share multimedia presentations online. The first version was just a link to the web version of Sway, but now the company has published a full application.
For those who have not followed the development of this project, recall that Sway allows you to create interactive presentations, offering custom layouts to place different elements such as images, videos, etc. as s images are supported OneDrive, OneNote, social networks and local devices.
Announcing Windows 10, Microsoft has shared some details about the project. First, the Sway out of the preliminary stage and is now available for all users of Office 365 Education and Business around the world.
The development team also confirmed work on a version of Sway for Windows Phone which will be released in the coming months (the company says it is about Windows Phone, but given the timing, most likely it will be a universal app compatible with Windows 10 Mobile).
Developer: Microsoft Corporation