Tips for Keynote on iOS
9 Select multiple objects at once
To select more than one object, tap and hold on the first and then – probably with your other hand to save contorting too much! – tap on more items.
10 Add custom themes
If you’ve created custom themes on your Mac, you can add them to your iOS device so you can use them there. If you’re set up with iCloud, the theme saved on your Mac should appear in the presentation manager with a special badge on it. Just tap on it and then tap Install.
Alternatively, you can save out the .template file from Keynote on your Mac and then send it by AirDrop to your iOS device, email it to yourself as an attachment (then open it in Keynote from Mail), or even drop it onto a WebDAV server if you happen to have access to one. To access a presentation that’s stored on a WebDAV server, tap the + symbol at the top-left of the presentation manager.
11 Install custom fonts
If you use a custom font in a presentation created on a Mac – perhaps to maintain a corporate identity or just because you like how it looks – you’ll be disappointed that you can’t install that font onto your iPad or iPhone. Instead it gets replaced with one of the default, built-in fonts on your device. Ah, but you actually can install custom fonts on iOS devices, thanks to a technical feature iOS 7 and 8. Even better, there’s already a third-party app that lets you do it easily – go to anyfont-app.com – but be careful that your font licences allow this.