There are so many smartphone photos on social networks these days, but the photos will often be posted without credit to the photo-taker; the Picmo app aims to change that.
Created by Jason Bass, the Picmo app is a tool that allows smartphone photographers to brand their photos, whether by adding their own logo to the image, watermarking it, or adding a message about who took the photo and where they were when they took it. Before you post your image on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or Instagram, the Picmo app lets you create an overlay with a logo, watermark or message to superimpose onto the picture.
Picmo is currently on Kickstarter, seeking $6,500 in funding. Visit its Kickstarter page for more information or to make a contribution.
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