21 Nov 10 Best Mobile Apps to Create Typography Easily
Stringing words together in beautiful font is fun to do, and now it is also extremely easy to do so on your mobile device. There are plenty of web typography tools and libraries you can use for the same purpose but when it is an app, one you can use at anytime before you share on your social network, come on, who wouldn’t like that?
Here are mobile apps that you can use to apply, edit and create cool typography on your photos or as an image to share quickly and easily. These apps 10 Best Mobile Apps to Create Typography Easily, and are free unless specified otherwise.
Typorama: Typorama automatically generates text layouts in 35 typographic style from hundreds of available font. Select a background, type a few words, style your text and your typography is ready.
Play with 3D distortion, shadow, gradient, filter and add ribbons, badges, or ornaments to enrich your design. You can then use the result to post on your Facebook, save as wallpaper, make a flyer, and many more.
PicLab: PicLab is a photo editor with the capability to add beautiful typography and artwork. You can apply effect, filter, light FX, textures, borders, patterns and stickers on your photos and let your creativity shine through with best font collections.
Rotate, resize, set the opacity, add multiple text layer or add drop shadow on your font. If you don’t like their watermark on your design, just pay $1 to remove it
Font Candy: Font Candy lets you mask your photos with captions or by adding text overlay on your images with amazing handpicked font. You can choose artwork or using preset sayings to add to your photos, in stylish typography of course.
If you don’t have matching photos on your camera roll, there are built-in search features to grab images from Pixabay.
Over: Over lets everyone to be creative with more than 800 illustrations and 300 fonts to give you an amazing range of possible combinations. Create greeting cards, inspirational quotes, market your goods or visualize a lightbulb thought you chanced upon, quickly and easily with Over
The app also pulls images from Unsplash and Pixabay via addons, and makes it easy to share to your favorite social networks
Quick: With Quick you can add text onto your photos in a snap. Pick a photo from your album, then add some text. As you slide through the different fonts provided by the app you get a quick view of how the type looks on your photo.
This makes selecting the right font so much easier. Adjust the size, and color of your text and voilà, you’re reading to share.
Notegraphy: If you are bored with plain text postings on your social network, Notegraphy can help you beautify your words with more than 40 templates and 120 different variations. You can share the results on popular social networks, or create a gallery’s worth first before sharing. Follow interesting users to get inspiration.
Wordswag: Like the many typography tools you can find on the web, WordSwag automatically designs the words you put on your photos. Wordswag basically puts some swag into your quotes or captions, and if you do not like what you see, just pick any alternative from 30 other choices. Then, save your design or share it with friends.
Phonto: Phonto is simple app to add text on your images. There are more than 200 fonts available and you can add your own font as well. Add a text, then tap on it to modify its size, color, font face, letter spacing, line spacing, shadow, and more.
Fontspiration: Fontspiration lets you create custom typography with animation. There are more than a hundred fonts available and plenty of inspiration to draw from via their feed which showcases typography art from designers around the word. What you create can be saved as an image, GIF, video or directly shared to Instagram.
Ampergram: Ampergram makes use of Instagram photos to create cool typography. It works by exploring photos with letters on Instagram. This photos are tagged with #ampergram followed by the shown letter (eg #a or #b). The images are then delivered to you when you arrange a word via Ampergram. The result is a beautiful typographic composition made by Instagtam’s letter photos.