Any cool tools for creating visual quotes?

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  1. Michal Hudeček made this product
    Great for creating quote images automatically from text of your tweet.
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    Saul Fleischman
    Saul Fleischman3RiteKit Founder & CEO Β· Written
    A tremendous time-saver, since it does URL-shortening with a call-to-action on the page when it opens, auto-hashtagging, and image extraction, to boot.
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    Easy to use and powerful
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  2. 5
    Postepic 2.0

    Capture quotes from books and turn them into images with OCR

    Take a pic of the passage you want to cite with your iPhone and turn it into something beautiful. ;)
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    Highly for iOS

    Medium-style highlighting in every app and website. πŸ–Œ

    Andrew Courter made this product
    Highly's the most efficient way to get people to see the good parts. Here's a collection of highlighter tools, too: https://www.producthunt.com/@cov...
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  4. 4
    Quotle

    Save, share & discover text from your mobile

    Very similar to Postepic (https://www.producthunt.com/post...). You decide! :)
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  5. 4
    Word Swag

    Add awesome text to your photos in seconds

    Super easy. Relatively inexpensive. Also, check out Canva.com
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  6. 3
    Canva

    Amazingly simple graphic design

    Avery Korn
    Avery Kornhelp desk tech. comp info sys major Β· Written
    While not specifically for creating quotes, Canva makes and completing graphic design related task (like quotes) insanely easy. Plus it has a bunch of built in templates for all kinds of sizes depending on where you want to post the quotes.
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    • Overall this tool is amazing for people who want to make quick nice content.

      Their templates are cool for inspiration and makes the whole progress easier.

      I cannot do everything but that's the beauty of it.

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    • Kristina Zagorulko
      Kristina ZagorulkoPR at StopAd, app explorer

      I am totally in love with Canva! For me it's the best graphic app I ever work with!

      Simple enough to quickly create pics for Facebook, twitter posts, featured images for my blog and emails. The powerful and full of tools enough to create even an infographic! Guys, you're so awesome, you help me to level up my skills as a content, SMM and PR manager. I don't need to wait for designer. I can create an illustration in 5 min! I work with Canva like 1 year or even more. With free version, but I want to try paid too. Thank you, guys!

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  7. Kesava Mandiga
    Kesava Mandiga14Curious cat. Writer. Explorer. Β· Written
    Just started using this one... And it's a good tool to create visual quotes for social sharing. πŸ‘
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    Pablo 2.0 by Buffer

    Create beautiful images to fit all social networks perfectly

    Stuart Logan
    Stuart LoganCEO, Twine: hire quality freelancers Β· Written
    If you want it for social, use Pablo. Simple and effective.
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  9. When I want to be heard on social media because it's not how many followers you have, but rather what kind of leader you are. This puts me front and center.
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    Crello

    Add animation to your content easily.

    Eugine Dychko
    Eugine DychkoMarketing manager Depositphotos Β· Written
    There are 11000 free graphic templates to choose from, most of them will work for quotes I think. Also a good choice of free fonts.
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    • Eugine Dychko
      Eugine DychkoMarketing manager Depositphotos

      Useful tool with free templates and images, need I say more?)

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    • Crystal Ortiz
      Crystal OrtizProductivity Juice is My Diet

      So a quick browse of Crello got me intrigued to sign up and I did right away and got down to business.

      In short: please do not see this as a scathing review. I actually quite like the interface and it's very promising. I want it to succeed so I will mention as quickly as possible the very small things that add up to a decision between your product and another one that's out there.

      So, these are the issues that need to be rectified before many working pros can use it for focused, continuous work:

      1. Undo/Redo. I should not have to deselect all my objects before I can undo an action. No regular image editing software acts like this, and your new users will come with the expectations that the microinteractions will be the same.

      2. Moving text with the keyboard arrows is not possible. Why?

      3. Similarly, Shift + Arrows in any direction to make an object jump by multiple pixels doesn't work - another thing that users are accustomed to. It really slows down my progress and creates unnecessary busywork (and way more undo history steps than is necessary)

      4. Sliders as the only available font controls also really slow down working with fonts. Allowing text input helps me get to 32 pt font quicker. It also matters that I have to scroll through the entire list of google fonts to find the fonts that I want to use - not being able to type in the name of the font and have it autocomplete for me is another thing that slows one down way more than you can realize until it's actually happening.

      5. Rotation - shift or ctrl + rotation doesn't give me snapping to predictable angles. I even was motivated to try because one of your templates had text rotated 90 degrees. When rotating it, the angles turned into a number between 1 and 360 degrees, where it was skipping angle #360 and going straight between 1 and 359. Took me a few tries to turn it into 360 degrees... and when I did... it was crooked by about 2 degrees.

      6. Colour picking - I don't really understand what 'special colors' are for, and I'm still looking for help on that. I love that selecting one of your main colours gives me a group of tonal shifts below it, but if I choose a custom colour I'm gonna have to decide that choosing a different colour for the same object makes that custom colour lost to me until I manually type it in again.

      When Canva first came out, it had all these issues, and now, most of them are rectified. While it appears that your business model is quite definitely inspired by them, I know you will succeed if you don't too closely follow in their footsteps (and missteps).

      I'll be keeping my account so I can create some more images and observe Crello's growth. Loving the style quite a lot. Looking forward to using it!

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