May 12, 2014

Bunkr – Beautiful, Interactive Presentations

Bunkr is a collaborative online presentation builder that helps users collect, sort, and link together data through a streamlined process. An alternative to PowerPoint, Bunkr makes it easy for anyone to create an interactive HTML5 presentation that works across all desktop and mobile devices.

Create your first presentation with Bunkr by dragging and dropping various elements—like titles and images—into place on your browser screen. You can adjust the style of the presentation and customize the elements to fit whatever esthetic you’re going for. You can also access your complete content library right from Bunkr’s on-screen editor. Add data and content from outside apps like Dropbox, YouTube, Flickr, and Evernote to your presentation, and continue to re-organize your slides until you’re happy with the final product. When your presentation is complete, you can export it in PDF or PPTX formats.

Bunkr isn’t just about creation, it’s also about collaboration. The platform encourages users to share their presentations with collaborators using a simple URL. Teams can also create shared folders, which allows multiple people to view and modify content when building presentations as a group.

Practical Uses:

  • Impress your colleagues with an interactive HTML5 presentation
  • Add images and video to your digital presentation
  • Quickly format multiple slides when creating a large presentation
  • Make a slideshow of your favorite vacation images

Insider Tips:

  • Use the bookmarklet to quickly add content to your Bunkr library
  • Connect to outside apps like Dropbox, Flickr, YouTube, and Evernote
  • Create shared folders to use with your collaborators

What we liked:

  • People can re-use slides to expedite the process when making similar presentations
  • The “Collect it” button makes it easy for people to save content from the web
  • Presentations are viewable on desktop and mobile devices
  • Virtual teams can collaborate when creating group presentations

What we didn’t like:

  • Nothing


Company Info:

  • Launched: December 2012 (Beta)
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: Paris, France
  • Founded by: Alexis Jamet, Jean-Christophe Fossati, and Edouard Petit
  • Web site:


  • Free plan
  • Pro plan is $3 per user, per month

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