This app by Vimeo
provides an easy way
to edit and share
videos—completely ad free! Choose
from a range of filters, themes, and
music, and then share your creations.
When it comes to
overlaying text in
videos, few apps are
as intuitive as Vont. This app was
designed specifically for adding text
to videos and offers over 400 fonts
to choose from.
Sure, your Camera
app has a timelapse
option built in, but it’s nothing com-
pared to Hyperlapse. This app offers
multiple video speed options and
provides image stabilization.
Boomerang is such a
simple app, but it’s so
much fun too. It captures a rapid burst of 10 photos and
then strings them together to create
an entertaining looping mini video.
Remember the good
ole’ days when we
home videos on VHS tapes? This
app can recreate that retro look with
your iPhone videos.
It doesn’t require
much thought to cre-
ate videos with this
app by GoPro, making it the perfect
tool for beginners. Choose your
favorite photos and clips and Quik
does the rest.
Artifact Uprising is
one of our favorite
companies to pur-
chase prints from, and now its app
lets you print your photos on every-
thing, from cards to calendars to
We love Social Print
Studio. Its app lets
you print photos on
a variety of cool surfaces, including
basic card stock, wood, metal, and
Why not turn your
photos into postcards
and send them by
mail? Ink Card offers a variety of lay-
outs to choose from and sends the
card off for you!
Blurb Photo Books
Photobooks are an-
other great way to
print and share your
photos. With Blurb, you can easily
upload your images in the app and
begin putting your book together.
Sticky9’s app lets you
turn your photos into
magnets, posters, and
greeting cards. And with the compa-
ny’s signature magnet frame, you can
easily switch up your wall art.
special about handwritten cards. With
Inkly, you can create cards using
your own photos and then upload a
message on the inside in your own
VIDEO & GIF-MAKING APPS
In the year 2000, Kodak announced that globally, consumers took 80 billion photos using digital cameras—a massive
record at the time. Kodak may have thought that was a lot, but flash-forward to now and nearly everyone has a camera
of some form or another, and the result is staggering. According to market research firm InfoTrends, we’re expected to
take 1. 2 trillion photos worldwide this year alone, 85 percent of which will be captured using a smartphone. The total
number of shots that consumers store in their photo collections is also expected to reach an all-time high of 4. 7 trillion.
World Record: 1. 2 Trillion Photos