Word Cloud app review

Today’s review: Word Cloud version 1.5

Google Play: Word Cloud

wordcloud1First these are the features (copied/taken from Google Play):

Prepare an opening slide for your business presentation. Whip up a creative status update for your Facebook page. Type in all the best wishes in a birthday greeting card for your grandma. Proudly tweet an image with your sport achievements. Perhaps, even list your skills for the CV.

Just enter a few words, and the application will shuffle them around in a cute disorderly fashion. Pick a color or two for your meaningful words, shape them, export them, use the pic. Rinse and repeat.

It’s absolutely free. No ads and no annoying popups.

Your creative process:
• Enter as many words as you like.
• Select up to five different word colors for a fresh look.
• Choose the right background color. Yellow words on a black background or pink on white?
• You can even make a transparent background!
• There’re many shapes to frame your idea. Star, Christmas Tree or Heart – and many more!
• Pick one or several fonts, just like colors.
• Looks great, doesn’t it?

Picky? There’re more options:
• Word sizes can be customized! First one is only for the first BIG word, and others – for everything else.
• Want more than one BIG IMPORTANT word right in the middle? Check additional options on the Enter Words screen!
• Hint: you can rearrange words order on the Enter Words screen: just drag-and-drop them.

And when you’re done:
• Export the picture to a high-quality PNG.
• Share the picture with your friends directly from the app!
• Or post it to a social network – again, directly from the app.
• Don’t forget to save the result. You might want to get back to it later! 🙂

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This app can arrange your words into a certain shape (cloud) which you can use in any way you want! This is perfect for social media posts!

First you need to select the words. You also have the option to change the color, size, shape and font of your word cloud.

I made one related to my app review blog:

wordcloud15

Here are some other samples of shapes:

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You can easily share, export, and save the image.

Try this app! It adds spice to social media posts and articles! 🙂

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