Fri Jan 8,2016 12:00 pm

Presentation Whiteboard App Released for Android and iOS

Akashi Hamada

An easy-to-use graphics tool for business and interpersonal communication

For Immediate Release
January 8, 2016

Tokyo (January 8, 2015) – Presentation Whiteboard, a new graphics app developed by Akashi Hamada for Android and iOS, has just been released on Google Play and iTunes. The graphics app turns your smartphone or tablet into a virtual whiteboard where you can write in freehand, draw diagrams, use a camera to take photos, and search for images on Google.

Present and explain with a whiteboard
The app marketplace is full of graphics image editors that are full of complicated functions to produce beautiful designs on the one hand, and highly simplified drawing apps aimed at kids on the other. Presentation Whiteboard is expressly designed to make the creation of visual explanations easier.

The whiteboard screen can be intuitively manipulated and includes many tools that appear as easily recognizable icons. The interface is clean, with only icons for the basic functions appearing at the whiteboard tray while the rest of the functions are kept in a drawer.

With this app, communicating thoughts and ideas by creating image-rich presentations from scratch is simple and fast. Icon tools are accessed in one tap. The board can then be saved as an image file and sent by email.

“I came up with the Presentation Whiteboard when I was stuck working on an upgrade of my real-time communication app, the Communication Whiteboard Cloud. Just adding more functions didn’t work, and I felt that I had to go back to the drawing board.” says Hamada.

“My idea was to make all the functions available as simple icons. And rather than transmission functions, which incur server costs, I focused on adding more tools specifically for making presentations easy—explaining visually through images.”

“Aside from the initial transmission capabilities and webcam integration, I plan on adding more functions to easily create visual explanations, such as hierarchical structures.” he adds.

The Presentation Whiteboard app is available for download from Google Play at and from iTunes at

An introductory video in Japanese can be seen at:

For more details, see the website:

To learn more, please contact
Akashi Hamada
+81+ 9057192118