8 Visual Apps to Capture and Share Photos
These visually enhancing apps will help you capture content to share with family and friends via photos, videos, gifs, and even postcards.
Upload and edit your video clips in Videohance with real-time tools. First, select a clip from your camera and choose from the five editing options: Color, Overlays, Frames, Audio, and Edit. The app costs $3.49 and requires at least an iPhone 4S device.
The company’s tagline, “Like a graphic designer in your pocket” couldn’t be more true. Wordswag provides users with hundreds of text layouts and graphic fonts to decorate photos and create unique images, as well as a comprehensive selection of quotes. The app is $3.99 and available for iOS only.
The only photo editing app you’ll ever need, Enlight is the creative visionary’s dream. Add filters, decals, retouching and frames; refine the composition and clarity of your photo; and adjust the shape of objects. The best part, you can take two separate images and combine them into one photo frame seamlessly. The app is available for iOS devices for $4.99.
Photosynth lets users capture and create the ultimate 3D experience. The app provides panorama or synth style experiences with a selection of tools to edit your frame. Photosynth is free and available for Windows and iOS mobile devices, and a web app is available to install for PC desktop computers.
Capture your moment on Instagram and create a personalized postcard to send to a friend. Available for iOS and Android devices, Postagram takes your Instagram photos and turns them into postcards. You can create your card and mail it anywhere in the world all from within the app.
Create a custom set of fridge magnets using your Instagram art. Sticky9 connects to your Instagram account for you to create magnets, iPhone cases, and iPad covers out of your favorite moments. You can use Sticky9 via the web app dashboard.
Ideal for shooting, editing and sharing videos, Ocho captures full-screen 16-by-9-inch videos, regardless of how you hold your phone while shooting, and caps off at eight seconds. The app is free and lets users browse a string of video clips in the home feed in a continuous TV-like stream and interact by sending video reply’s to each other.
Burstio captures your moments and turns them into burst mode videos or gifs. All you need to do is take a few photos in burst mode (hold the shutter down while taking a photo) and edit, then export as an animated GIF or video. The app costs $0.99 and is available in iTunes.
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