The company has also unveiled Sway for Windows 10 PCs and tablets, with a Windows Phone version apparently due in the “coming months”.
The app extends Sway by giving you more options to integrate content, perhaps snapping photos directly into a presentation with your device camera.
The new release can cache static Sway content locally, too, ensuring you’re able to share them with others offline (this doesn’t work with cloud elements like maps or videos).
Sway’s design engine has been extended with a more traditional slide-type layout option, enabling you to define groups of content – images, text, videos, whatever – which then display one screen at a time. That’s good news for those who need more control, although if you’re in a hurry then you can still just import your content, choose a few basic options and leave the app to generate something which looks great on any device.
Microsoft has also today relaunched Docs.com as place where users can publish collections of their Sways and share them with others, so if you want to see what Sway can do, check there first.