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Explain Everything 1.60 – now available also for iPhone

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Explain Everything version 1.60 is now available in the App Store for both iPad and iPhone. This major update of the iOS version for our interactive & collaborative whiteboard features: iPhone version, Home Screen redesign, Recording Smoothing, and other minor improvements.

Explain Everything on iPhone


With the newest update to Explain Everything, you can create projects on-the-go on an iPhone AND collaborate with other users in real-time. We adjusted the interface — and included all the features and tools — to better fit when using Explain Everything on an iPhone. You can add documents, pictures, videos, annotate them, record projects and share them via Discover and other cloud services right on your iPhone.

Home Screen Redesign


Navigation tabs on the Home Screen have been moved to the bottom and now also include labels. The Info button in the top right hand corner is also back for quick and easy access to additional Explain Everything resources and information.

Timeline Animation Smoothing


Add smoothing effect to object movements and zooming on your recordings by using the Smooth function in the Track Editing menu. Open the Track Editing menu (tap and hold the Timeline), select the part you want to smooth by setting two marks, and select Smooth.

Other improvements:

Web browser – The URL/address bar now also works as a search bar.
Pasting – Tap and hold on an empty space in your project to reveal a Paste button.

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