Knovio Adds Personal Narration to Your Multimedia Content

December 24, 2014

12:30 pm

KnowledgeVision Systems, an industry leader in multimedia online presentation technology, announced that they would be upgrading their free Knovio Mobile app with a host of new features. This new update will enable iPad users to turn photos from their camera into narrated multimedia stories.

Users on the Knovio platform can now add photos to narrated PowerPoint presentations or create new content using photos stored on iPads. In effect this makes it easier to explain concepts, pitch ideas, or teach classes directly from an iPad.

“Our mobile phones and tablets are increasingly being used to document our lives and the world around us with photos,” says KnowledgeVision CEO Michael Kolowich. “Knovio now makes it possible to turn mobile photos into compelling, media-rich content that can be sent by email, posted to social media, or incorporated into a website or blog. It’s the ultimate show-and-tell app.”

Along with the new updates, KnowledgeVision will be hosting a “How Do You Knovio?” contest, offering up a GoPro Hero4 Silver ($399 retail). Submissions are due by January 12, 2015, and all users have to do is download the app and email the created Knovio link to

The panel of judges will select 11 of the best Knovios as finalists to be announced, and the twelfth finalist will be a people’s choice offering determined by Facebook and Twitter votes. Once the finalists are selected, they will compete for the win by gaining shares and likes for their personal Knovio links on their own social networks. The contest ends January 31, 2015.

This is all part of KnowledgeVision’s mission to reinvent the business presentation for an online, on-demand world. And competing for a chance to win one of the hottest GoPro models to date isn’t a bad way to get the message out there.



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