9 Apps that Bring Your Visual Content to Life

Posted in Apps & Software, Technology4 years ago • Written by MAKNo Comments

Bringing visual content to life is good in artistic terms, and it can be a way of getting new visitors to your website or your blog. It is a good way of expressing yourself and it can be fun (sometimes). There are plenty of apps out there to help you. The apps on this list are not in any particular order, and most of them work for both the iOS and the Android operating systems.


1. SlideShare

There are still a lot of people who use this app and use SlideShare in general, so even if it is not the sort of thing that interests you, you should be aware that a lot of people are of a differing opinion. There are some online articles that claim it has over 60 million unique visitors every month (which is not bad). There is also online media claiming that a lot of businesses use SlideShare too, so it may be worth getting the app for it.

2. Screenr

There are a few popular apps on this list and this is another of them. It is an app for making web-based screen recordings and screen casts, and if you use it correctly you are able to pull in more customers and engage with people a little easier. A lot of people use it for demonstrations and tutorials. If you do it right then it is very successful–just remember that creating any sort of engaging video takes a lot of work because it is easy to bore or put off your viewers.

3. Pixlr

This is a very popular app and tool and it allows you to do many of the photo-shopping functions that we are all already aware of such as removing red eye, increasing the brightness, etc. It is an easy to use and intuitive app that many people enjoy and that many people find as a good alternative to the more advanced software.

4. Recite

This is a free app that allows you to use pre-formatted templates so you may make an image for a blog or social media post. It uses text in a way that makes your posts more attractive.

5. Vine

This is a video sharing app that was created by Twitter where you may create a six second video. It does not seem like a long time, but it brings the video sharing world into the world of Twitter where people are forced to put content into a small packet and therefore make it more concise and easy to watch.

6. ToonDoo

This is an app that allows you to create very cute cartoons. It means you can create comic strips or funny content without having to rely on your own drawing and art skills. It automatically increases the value of cartoon based comedy online, and the app makes it very easy to share your creations on social media or to embed your cartoons into your website. It is a great tool for those who want to create quick cartoons or who have trouble creating their own cartoons by hand.

7. PicMonkey

With this app you may edit your photos even if you have no artistic or photo-shopping skills. It is a fast way of editing your photographs without going too deep into changing your photos. You can edit them to make them more fun or attractive, or you can simply improve images that are not of a very high quality.

8. Visual.ly

This is a very popular app and tool and is often used by people creating Infographics. You can turn your raw data into something that is pretty and something that people are going to want to look at. If you are making Infographics or are working on visually pleasing content then should at least take a look at this tool and its app because it may help you a lot.

9. Over

This is just for the iOS and it allows you to add text to a photo. This sort of thing is very common online as many people often add text to make a point. They also add text for comic effect and there are some great photos where people expose things such as pointing out fake photos or poorly done Photoshop.

Author’s bio: The guest post is written by Sonia Jackson from www.cool-essays.com. She writes essays on different topics and can give you useful advice.


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