Add Text To Pictures with PicFont.com

26 Apr, 2010  |  Written by  |  under Photo

Adding witty comments to pictures can make them livelier and draw instant attention of friends and family. PicFont is a free web based tool which helps you to add text information to images with just a couple of clicks. While there is no dearth of photo editing tools which can help you do the same job, the only thing which sets this application apart is the simplicity and ease it provides in doing an otherwise cumbersome and complicated task of adding text to images.

PicFont allows you to easily customize the font faces and sizes to suit your needs. Here is how you make your pictures personalized with some interesting comments.

  • Upload a picture from your computer or key in the URL of the image.
  • Select the background canvas size.
  • Type the text and use the tool bar extensively to customize the font type, size and color.
  • There are options available to resize and reposition the image by rotating it.
  • Download and save the transformed image on your computer and share it with the world.

The tool provides options to share photos on different social networking sites like Myspace, Facebook, Orkut etc. It also generates equivalent code for that image in three different formats as HTML, BBCODE and simple format. So, you can even copy this code to embed in blogs or web pages. All in all, a user friendly site to enliven your pictures with the magic of words!

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Our Rating 3.5/5 | http://picfont.com/

About PicFont.com:

“Insert text into pictures very simply.”

How is PicFont.com useful?

It’s a very basic online tool which allows you to add text in an image, create canvas and generate new and creative shapes.

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