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Haiku Deck Presentation and Slideshow App with Beautiful Charts and Graphs on the App Store

Haiku Deck Presentation and Slideshow App with Beautiful Charts and Graphs on the App Store
Description Haiku Deck makes it a snap to create beautiful presentations that will wow your audience – whether you’re pitching an idea, teaching a lesson, telling a story, or igniting a movement. Featured on the iTunes “New and Noteworthy” and“What’s Hot” lists! “It's the Instagram for pitch decks.” -- Mashable“Makes creating beautiful presentations a cinch and a joy, whether you have design skills or not” -- Lifehacker “A smart app that makes beautiful slideshows in no time and makes your iPad a more productive tool” -- Wall Street Journal Mobile-First* NEW! Present and Browse with iPhone* NEW! Shareable*NEW! Simple, Beautiful, FunHaiku Deck is not just for in-person presentations; it’s a powerful tool for bringing ideas to life. * Pitch an idea * Add beautiful visuals to a blog or a website* Sell your services* Teach a lesson * Present a portfolio* Give a report * Showcase your brand or company* Share a personalized message * Tell a story* Create a manifesto ...More

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Presentation Ideas Welcome to Haiku Deck–we’re glad to have you in our creative community! Here’s an overview of how to get started from the Main Menu of the iPad app. Looking for help with the Web App? Click here to go to our Haiku Deck Web App User Guide. First, here’s a fun video where you can meet Haiku Deck. When you first open the iPad app, you’ll need to sign in or create a new account to get started. 200 Free Kids Educational Resources: Lessons, Apps, Books, Websites... This collection provides a list of free educational resources for K-12 students (kindergarten through high school students) and their parents and teachers. It features free video lessons/tutorials; free mobile apps; free audiobooks, ebooks and textbooks; quality YouTube channels; free foreign language lessons; test prep materials; and free web resources in academic subjects like literature, history, science and computing. This newly-released list is a work in progress.

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