PDF to Keynote 4+

Import PDF into Keynote‪.‬

Nate Thompson

Designed for iPad

    • 3.5 • 8 Ratings
    • Free



Import any PDF file into Keynote to better annotate and present your slides.

• Create slides with your preferred apps, then annotate and present in Keynote
Whether you use Beamer (LaTeX), Deckset, or any other slideshow apps, PDF to Keynote allows you to import the PDF slides with 1-to-1 fidelity into Keynote as vector images. Then, use the robust annotation and presentation tools in Keynote to present with confidence.

• Customize the presentation with any size
PDF to Keynote automatically chooses an aspect ratio and slide size based on your PDF page size. Need more options? Pick from a wide range of common aspect ratios, or add your own custom size. Would like to export the slide into images or videos that look great on Retina displays? Turn on Retina scaling for pixel-perfect result.

• Pick your own background color
Pick from a wide range of professional or vibrant background colors as the backdrop of your slides. Just like how you can add custom sizes, there's also options to add your favorite custom colors.

• Open from any storage providers
In addition to supporting opening PDF files through the Share Sheet ("Open In PDF to Keynote"), PDF to Keynote also supports any storage providers, including but not limited to iCloud Drive, Google Drive and Dropbox through the standard Files interface.

Ratings and Reviews

3.5 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

D2384 ,

DOES EXACTLY what it says it does

A wonderful app not complicated to use and only does one thing but does it VERY WELL!
If you have an iPAD I highly recommend this to convert pdf’s into your Keynote app for presentations.

KCLusk ,

No support & app crashes

Trying to convert a file and the app keeps crashing. There’s no support to contact.

kryss92 ,


App crashes every time I try to convert.

App Privacy

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