Haiku Deck for iPhone
One of the coolest requests we’ve had from our creative community is to be able to use an iPhone as a remote control to present a Haiku Deck. Ask and ye shall receive, Haiku Deck fans: Beginning today, you can now download Haiku Deck for iPhone!
Carry your Haiku Decks everywhere you go.
You can download any or all of the Haiku Decks you’ve created for fast, fluid viewing and impromptu pitching, even if you’re on a plane, in a taxi, or at a conference with sluggish Wifi.
Use your iPhone as a remote.
Easy, one-hand operation frees you up to connect with your audience without a tangle of technology. Present right from your iPhone using AirPlay or a direct connection to the projector. Or plug in your iPad and control it remotely with your iPhone, with a beautiful parallax display.
Display your notes — or not.
In portrait orientation, your notes and key talking points are visible only to you, for confident, polished delivery of your message — it’s like having a personal mini teleprompter.
And in landscape orientation, your beautiful imagery and words fill the screen in a crisp, mobile-optimized display.
Inspiration and ideas anytime, anywhere.
Instant access to the week’s best Haiku Decks at your fingertips, in the Featured and Popular Galleries. Waiting in line or between meetings? Browse the powerful ideas shared by our creative community, and get ideas for your next Haiku Deck, wherever you are. Learn more about how Haiku Decks get selected, and how to create decks that are likely to get chosen, here.
Flexible presenting options.
Haiku Deck for iPhone expands the range of ways you can view and present your decks, whether you’re swiping through with your finger over cappuccinos or projecting to a crowd via Airplay. Offline or online, we’ve got you covered.
Share your presentations, or your favorites from the Gallery, with a tap to email, Twitter, or Facebook — or beam them directly to any contacts close by with AirDrop.
Coming soon: Create!
We’ll be adding the ability to create new Haiku Decks on iPhone — with features tailored to the smaller form factor — soon! In the meantime, you can create decks on an iPad, or on your computer, using Haiku Deck for iPad or the Haiku Deck Web App Beta. And if you haven’t made a deck in the Web App recently, you should give it a try: Our amazing dev team has been very hard at work making the Web App better each week.