Haiku Deck, a snappy and visual alternative to PowerPoint and Keynote that has, until today, been an iPad app, released its first-ever native iPhone version (Haiku Deck 4.0) free for download in the App Store. It’s a progression that founder Adam Tratt knows users have been asking for.
- Many agents have already come to know and love Haiku Deck as an easy tool for compiling property photography into a marketing package.
- Today the app, which was originally exclusive to iPad, released its first native iPhone version.
- New features include voice-to-text, full integration with the user's camera roll, editing on-the-go and iPhone templates specifically for real estate professionals.