5 Apps to Create Image Quotes and Memes

You have probably been wondering how those words end up on images. Well, I’m sharing my five top choices with you today. While there are many options out there, I like the way this selection displays the text. I also like their functionality.

WordSwag

wordswag appThis is my #1 favorite app. It produces quality images with many cool options on how the text is displayed.  If you’re looking for professionalism and a clean, polished look, WordSwag gives it to you every time. Note: the more text you include, the smaller the font so only type in short statements. It comes with different backgrounds, access to a stock photo catalog of more options, or you can upload your own picture. Last but not least, it does all the design work for you. 

There is a nominal cost of $3.99, a one-time fee, but it is totally worth it.

Typorama

typorama appAnother cool app but only available on the iphone. This one is better for longer statements. As a matter of fact, the short statements don’t look as good on here.  It comes with different backgrounds, access to a stock photo catalog of more options, or you can upload your own picture.

Photogrid

photogrid appI think this is the best app out there for creating pic collages. However, you can also add text to your pictures. Guess what, I also use it for cropping and sizing pictures perfectly for Instagram.  With this option, you have to use your own photos when adding text to it. You can also add stickers to your images.

WordDream

word dream appWordDream reminds me of WordSwag. The fonts are funky though, so it may not work well for the traditional, professional organization or brand. It still has good functionality and comes with different backgrounds, access to a stock photo catalog of more options, or you can upload your own picture.

Textgram

textgram appTextgram is a fun app to use. Like photogrid, you can add stickers to your posts. It comes with different backgrounds, or you can upload your own picture.

Tips

  1. Use a powerful statement when creating an image quote. Your goal is to capture the reader’s attention.
  2. Use a font color that can easily be read and is easy on the eye. If you can’t read it, neither can your viewers.
  3. Pay attention to the length of your statement. If it is too long, the app will shrink the size of the font to make it fit.
  4. You can use your fingers to increase or decrease the size of the font. Put two fingers on the words and push outward.
  5. Formatting is just as important as what you say. Choose the right font size, font style, and font color.
  6. If your content is original, created by you, sign it with your name so that if it gets shared, it will lead back to you.

Have fun with it! If you have any questions at all, post below or on any of my social media platforms.

Suzzette Turnbull is the CEO of Uncommon Marketing and a social media speaker and trainer. Connect with her on Facebook at Suzzette Turnbull and on Instagram,Twitter, and Periscope at @suzyturn. Be sure to subscribe to the website for more social media tips and upcoming trainings.

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