WeTransfer is launching the next version of its Paste slideshow app today with new tools intended to make it easier to quickly build good-looking slide decks.
If you’re not familiar with Paste, the PowerPoint competitor was first released in 2017 by FiftyThree, maker of the Paper drawing and sketching app for iOS. WeTransfer acquired FiftyThree’s assets in August 2018, and now, the company is launching what it calls Paste 2.0.
The biggest change for the Paste 2.0 is its new “layout engine,” dubbed “Bento.” Paste — and other slide deck tools — already offer many options for quick layout changes or preset designs, but the Bento engine can adjust a slide’s formatting on the fly in response to direct tweaks like resizing an image. Georg…