Put text on your photos as a graphic placard, or speech or thought type bubble.
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Annotatings facilitates the creation of text with graphics annotations for your photographs, emails, web pages and any other document or media that accepts images.
Easily attach a small non-editable, non-selectable blurb of stylized, framed text to any of your rich text documents.
We use Annotatings for pretty much all of our product screenshots in the App Stores and our product websites - and that's a lot of annotated screenshots.
NOTE: This app requires Mac OS X 10.7 or above.
• Comic blurbs.
• Speech bubbles.
• Framed words.
• Witty tips.
• Informational labels.
• Highlighted annotations.
• Reminder stickies.
• Help tags.
• Emphasized caveats.
• Special notes.
• Impressionable quotes.
Updated to support 64-bit.
Ratings and Reviews
Not what I was expecting
I figured this to be a quick and easy way of adding text annotations / bubbles / etc. to photos, since right now there seems to be a bug in Affinity Photo that won’t let me add text.
Unfortunately, this program apparently just creates text bubbles to put on the clipboard, which you then have to paste into other apps where you do the editing / layering / placement etc. Seriously, that’s all this does… make a text bubble and put it on the clipboard. And it has a user interface that looks like it was done by a high school student, with no real WYSIWYG, an unintuitive way to add text, etc.
Total ripoff for $10. I should have paid attention to the one-star ratings.
How to use?
Opened the application but I have no idea how to use it. It does not provide any “Help” tool or instructions to use.
There was a prior user who gave some tips. I followed but lost as I could not find any button for “camera” and there was no “clipboard”.
How do we attach our photos into the clipboard? da..da..da
Can someone please help? Thanks
pretty useful once you figure it out..
minus one star because.. most people would have no fricking clue what this is or how to use it.
There is no demo video on the site or any help file/page.
Here's how I use it:
1. open this application
2. press toggle annotaion > click on the bubble > type in your text
3. change all sliders till you find the bubble look you want
4. press the camera button on the top > bubble image in now in you clipboard
5. open the image that needs to be annotated in preview (maybe any image editor?)
6. paste and manipulate
developer: make a demo video
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.