It’s that time again, Tuesday is here and a new app will be reviewed for you. I teamed up again this week with that great site that I told you about last week Messtaken Identity. If you have an android phone I suggest you hop on over to Messtaken Identity so that you can get her awesome app review that is based on Android. Otherwise you can stay right here and check out my review for the iPhone!
So I know that us scrapbookers like to post our favorite scrapbook layouts or even cards to sites like Flickr and Instagram (yes I use both of these sites and you can follow me at them just by clicking on their names). Well today I am going to review an app today that allows you to watermark your photo right from your phone!!
This is exciting for me because when I post my layouts or cards or something that I have made I would like people to know that Beth over at Scrapping Wonders made that amazing layout! I am sure when you post your layout somewhere you would like people to know where that layout came from as well whether you have your own scrapbooking site or you don’t that photo is still yours, so let people know that it’s yours!
PhotoMarkr is made by Imanji Studios (the same people who have made temple run, you know that cool game that you play) Anyways let me get back to the app review. PhotoMarkr lets you watermark your photos that are on your phone. You can pick the text that you want to be placed on your photos, the color, the font and the opacity of the font.
Once you have picked your photo and the settings for your watermark your are brought to another screen where you get to adjust how you want your watermark to look on your photo.
Next thing for you to do is hit save and the photo is saved directly to your camera roll. Then you are done and you can go ahead and post your photo to the social media outlets that you prefer.
Here are some photos that I tested out with the PhotoMarkr app these photos are also a sneak peak of my February Art Journal. I can’t wait to share with you as it looks gorgeous!!!
I used a different opacity on the second photo just to check it out and see how it looked and I really like the option of being able to lighten or darken my watermark. All in all the app is user-friendly, it is made by a trusted company, which is always very important when you are downloading an app, it’s FREE and I like it! What more do you need? Go ahead and download this app and let people know that you created that awesome masterpiece!
Are you watermarking your photos when you post them to your social media outlets? I would love to know what you are doing in the comments below.