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Word Cloud - Create Custom Text Collages

Quickly create cool custom word clouds

Quickly create cool custom word clouds

Word Cloud - Create Custom Text Collages

by Billy Core
Word Cloud - Create Custom Text Collages
Word Cloud - Create Custom Text Collages
Word Cloud - Create Custom Text Collages

What is it about?

Quickly create cool custom word clouds. You can use shapes or words from any language. Whether you want to share the words that remind you of someone, create inspiration or just have fun - Word Cloud is your app!

Word Cloud - Create Custom Text Collages

App Details

Version
1.3
Rating
(29)
Size
2Mb
Genre
Photo & Video Utilities
Last updated
February 27, 2014
Release date
April 3, 2013
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App Store Description

Quickly create cool custom word clouds. You can use shapes or words from any language. Whether you want to share the words that remind you of someone, create inspiration or just have fun - Word Cloud is your app!

Once you've created your word cloud (it takes just seconds and is extremely easy to do) then you can zoom in or out if you desire, save your new creation to your image library and share!


INSTRUCTIONS: There is no word limit. Just type in the words you want to include (separate each word with a space).

Then hit the submit button. If you don't like the pattern, hit submit again. Keep hitting it until you are pleased with the pattern.


NOTE: You must allow Word Cloud access to your Image Library. If you don't allow, the image will not save. If you mistakenly decline access you need to go to your device "Settings" then "Privacy" then "Photos" then "Word Cloud". You need to turn the button on (Green).

Your image library is the same location where your images appear when you take a picture with your camera.