Haiku Deck Creates Beautiful Presentations On iPads

Haiku Deck Creates Beautiful Presentations On iPads

The free app matches text with Creative Commons images and allows users to upload their own photos for the slides, which can then be viewed on mobile devices or a PC.

Emma Hutchings
  • 13 september 2012

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Haiku Deck is a free iPad app that enables users to create simple yet stunning presentations. It is great for anyone who wants to tell a story, pitch an idea, teach a lesson, promote a service, or ignite a movement.

The fast and fun app lets you select the backdrops for your words from millions of free Creative Commons images, or you can import your own. You can choose from a range of fonts, layouts, and image filters to customize your presentation. When you’re done, they can be viewed on any device with a web browser, shared via Facebook, Twitter, and email, and exported to Microsoft Powerpoint or Apple Keynote. The app dictates a change for tablet use, from consumption to creation. In the future, it plans to offer premium design templates and images for a price. Watch the video below to see Haiku Deck in action:

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