6 Good Photo Annotating Tools

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In today’s selection we curated for you some useful apps and web tools to  use to add text to pictures and create classroom posters. Students can use these tools for different educational purposes including visually explaining a given topic, creating greeting cards, designing inspirational quote posters and many more.

1- Picfont

‘With Picfont you can easily :
. Add text to a picture : uploaded from your (Computer, Url, Ipad...).
. Make a poster(Meme for example) with the uploaded picture then insert text
. Create a picture just by choosing width and height (in pixels) and a background color, then you'll able to add text.’

2- Phrase.it

 Phrase.it is a web tool that allows you to edit and customize your images through adding speech bubbles and different  image effects. Students can use this service to create picture stories and share them with others.

3- Typic

Take your photos further with Typic! Add text to your photos and turn them into great design pieces! Add unique filters and effects, add a nice inspiring text, and give your photos a final touch with design elements to make them stand out!

4- Fotor Photo Text

‘Fotor's Add Text feature allows you to pull fonts directly from your computer as well as from our many online fonts so you can add text directly on your photos. Our versatile settings allow you to select color, size, leading rotation and opacity. It also includes options such as bold/italic, indentation, and the ability to move the text forward or backward behind other texts and shapes.’

5- Quick- Add text to photos fast

‘The fastest app for adding text to photos. Perfect for busy people who tell, sell, buy, share, organize, memorize, and more.Quick has a super slick, streamlined experience that lets you add stylish text to your photos in the blink of an eye!’

6- AddText

'‘AddText is written using the latest web technologies, and works as well on your smartphone as on your computer.Use it to add captions to your photos, create your own memes, create great looking posters, or anything else you can imagine!’'
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