As kept in mind here on TUAW before, the presentation tool Haiku Deck (available as an iPad application and as a beta web application) makes the job of creating out a visually engaging, effective deck for your product or tale as easy as it could be. As a matter of fact, Haiku Deck’s CEO Adam Tratt informed me that the trigger for the firm’s item was struck when he and his co-founder Kevin Leneway (both Microsoft alumni) found that neither of them wanted to slog with PowerPoint to create a crucial capitalist presentation.
Tratt and his group have continued to be concentrated on the Haiku Deck goal of “making discussions ten times more gorgeous, and making people ten times much better at providing.” With the iPad app as a recognition of their suggestion and the ‘beta’ internet device expanding the possible world of deck authors, they started to see the surge in deck sights originating from those everywhere 3″ iPhone screens.
To satisfy that checking out demand, today the company introduced the iPhone version of Haiku Deck. As opposed to scale down the iPad writing devices, the very first model for iPhone neglects the editing ability (for now) for a no-compromises watching and providing encounter. With offline caching of your beloved decks, you have actually obtained the ideal escalator pitch tool right in your pocket.
Haiku Deck for iPhone allows you to provide swiftly on the tool itself, or reach VGA, HDMI or AirPlay screens for bigger audiences. You can show in landscape mode for slides-only or in picture method so you could review your notes as you go. If you have actually obtained an iPad with Haiku Deck installed, the iPhone application could act as a remote control for the iPad’s show of the deck.
Meanwhile, the iPad and internet apps have actually been souped up with brand-new functions, featuring a glossy charting engine and a featured discussion gallery. The iPad app permits you to export discussions in PowerPoint or Keynote layouts, and you can now draw in your individual photos from Box.com, Facebook or Dropbox while assembling your deck.
Haiku Deck for both iPad and iPhone is free in the App Store, with in-app investments available on the iPad application to broaden your authoring alternatives. If you invest at any time making discussions, it costs a look.