- It is extremely mobile, it runs in either Android phones or Android wear.
- It is cross-platform, it supports synchronization with different operating systems: Windows, MacOS X, and Linux.
- It is versatile, it works well with the popular presentation software (Powerpoint, Impress, Keynote and Prezi). The app was optimized for Powerpoint presentations; some controls may not work in other presentation software
- It provides basic controls for delivering presentations such as navigation, state and zoom controls. It also includes useful tools such as Laser, Pen, Eraser, Timer, and controls for playing embedded videos.
-It features a built-in PPTX reader for directly opening presentation file and running slideshow from your phone.
- It works via wireless synchronization with computers, using WiFi connection.
-It allows wireless file transfer, so you can remotely copy your files from your phone to your computer.
- It is free and it will be constantly improved and updated!
To use UPRC, download and install the app to your Android phone and/or watch. Then, go to the site https://theuprc.wordpress.com to download the accompanying Universal Remote Presentation Server (UPRS) file to your computer and to read instructions on how to sync your phone/watch with your computer and presentation software.
Important Note: Download and install the latest server file (UPRS) whenever you install an update to the app.
UPRC was developed at the Phinma University of Pangasinan by BSIT students Emmanuel Victor Garcia, Van Ariel Bugayong, et al.