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Improve the quality of your quote images with Chisel

Internet and social media users adore pictures and visual posts as much as they like inspirational quotes. Who doesn’t take time to read a text combined with a beautiful background? Quote images have become an art and there are plenty of apps and tools to help you edit and improve the quality of these quote posts.

One of these apps is Chisel.

What’s Chisel exactly?

Chisel is a place to express your creative side with others around certain themes or topics. It’s function is simple, this app will allow you to turn quotes into shareable images. You can either choose a photo from Chisel's database, or use a picture of your own, add your quote, customize it  and save it. It will simply beautify your posts.

How it works?

Once you are on connect with either your Facebook/ Twitter account, or try the old-fashioned way.

Chisel will then show you some spaces (categories), which you can choose to follow, if you’re interested in them. Then you will be able to create your own spaces and name them, so you can publish your creations. Chisel will urge you to create your first post, giving at the same time some examples of how you can use its features.

We tried it

We took the chance and decided to start creating. We found out that we could upload our own image, not from the ones available on this app, by searching not only our pc but also Instagram, Facebook, Flickr, Picasa and Dropbox, how convenient! We decided to use one that we liked, from downtown (whatever)and uploaded it.

Once the photo was up we clicked the option edit text. Chisel gave us some fonts to choose from and let us play with the size of the text, add some more or even change the tint.

We were then asked in which space (category) we wanted to save this picture and if we wanted to share it on Twitter or Facebook. After our photo was shared, people could comment, like or share it on other social media platforms, like Pinterest etc.

Through the button on the top right corner we could customize our profile, choose our settings and link our other social accounts to this one.

The spaces we created could also be customized concerning their title, description, category, private or public type and who could add content to them.

Our thoughts

Chisel is a really helpful and simple app to use, if you’re into quote posts and look for a quality app. It’s free, which is good news, if you’re using it for professional purposes and you’re on a budget. It will generally help you turn an ordinary text post, into something much more original and expressive.

If you feel like it, try it, and give us your feedback.

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