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Share Haiku v12 Adds Editing and Comments

Share Haiku currently has users on four continents writing, sharing and reading English haiku poetry.

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Revision 12 adds two new features to the application.

  • Users now have the ability to edit and update or delete their own shared poems.
  • A new section -Comments- has been added for discussion and tips users can share with one another and moderators.

I know it can be frustrating when sharing a poem only to review it later to see typos, bad formatting or other problems that could not be changed.  Now users can go back and correct mistakes, use different words or even just get rid of their shared work altogether. If there have been votes already applied, or even if your post has been banned, you now have a chance to clean up your work.  Since it is now technically a new work, all voting is set back to zero.

Previous versions of Share Haiku had no way to learn why their share was banned or get tips on how to write better English haiku. A new -Comments- section opens up the lines of interactive comments and discussion between users and moderators.

I am always looking ways to improve Share Haiku so that it becomes a better tool for sharing English haiku poetry.  Add your suggestions in the Share Haiku -Comments- section!

For more information about Share Haiku and how to get it for your mobile device, click here for the Share Haiku app page!


Share Haiku – Now in Google Play Store

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Share Haiku – For Android™

Creating Haiku poetry is fun and rewarding and anyone can do it! Haiku poems are short and follow some simple rules which can exercise your brain and creative thinking skills.

Share Haiku is an Android app that encourages the creation and sharing of haiku poetry written in English.  Many people around the world are learning English. Haiku poetry expressed in the English language is a great tool to learn English words and their meanings.

View the examples others have shared then try creating some of your own if you are new to writing haiku. The Share Haiku app also includes the rules and tips for getting started.

Need a challenge to jump-start your day?  Try creating and sharing a new haiku every day! Can you haiku?

Share Haiku – For Android™ Now Available For Testing


The Share Haiku application will stretch your imagination and hone your skills of observation and creative writing.  Users create original haiku poetry and view poems shared by other authors.  Users can also rank poems on a five star rating system.  During testing we will concentrate on increasing the number of shared poems in addition to testing functionality for bugs.

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Share Haiku Icon

Members of the Dusty Reins DevLab community on Google+ are eligible to get early access to Share Haiku during beta testing. The community is open to anyone who wants to help me create better applications for Android powered mobile devices