by Brent Dirks
July 17, 2013
Unique social networking app Heyku has just been updated to add a number of new features. As the name suggests, the app revolves around writing and browsing modern takes on the traditional Japanese haiku – three lines of text, but with a flexible limit on syllables. Version 1.0.6 of the app is highlighted by a completely redesigned user interface that is very well designed and easy to navigate. Users can also now tag and search Heykus based on themed hashtags. And to help add a visual aspect to the written word, a picture from a user’s Camera Roll can be “attached” to the back of the Heyku. Finally, along with the default feed being changed to followed users, the update also offers a "Popular Now" feed. Heyku is designed for the iPhone/iPod touch but is compatible with the iPad. It can be downloaded now in the App Store for free. Even though I was only able to use Heyku for a few minutes, I was really impressed with the app. For other app news today, see: Chrome Update Ushers In Interoperability With Other Google Apps, You Can Now Play As A Conquistador, Footballer Or Explorer In Temple Run 2, Play And Control Logic Pro X From Your iPad With Apple's New Logic Remote App, and Tumblr Issues Security Update To Official iOS App, Urges Users To Change Passwords.