With this week's update of the app still gives the free limited font and layout choice and an improved in app library of great photos based on the words used on the slides or terms searched for. If using the in app library, it will cite the source of the photos automatically in the presentation. With the newest update you can also crop and manipulate your photos from your library.
Like many of the apps that we share in our trainings, workflow for a teacher is always important. Using apps that have a corresponding website can often simplify things. Creating a classroom account on Haiku Deck's Website and thus signing your devices in your classroom into the classroom account creates an easy workflow allowing for videos to sync directly to your gallery on the webiste. This makes retrieval of students presentations into one place easy.
Here is an embedded Haiku Deck that I created when we first discovered the app. I added a few more slides to show some of the added features with this week's update. From the website I have the options to download, embed, or share via email or social media giving me plenty of options to publish the work!