Adding a Watermark to a Phone Photo (Android and iOS)

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The day that Instagram rolled out their new terms (before the adjustments), we recorded a Digi Show and discussed it. One of the things I mentioned I would probably start doing to protect myself a little would be to add a watermark to my photos I put on Instagram. We talked about watermarking apps and Katie said she wasn’t really happy with the apps she had tried so far. I made it my mission to find an app that was easy to use and I think I have.

iWatermark is available for Android, iOS (iPad, iPhone), Mac, and Windows. It keeps any metadata in tact, has a lot of fonts to choose from, and you can use a png logo that you add to your photostream.

I tried a few different apps and found this one the easiest and fastest to use for adding a watermark, but probably the best way to show you what the app does is to show a video that really shows off the app. If you are reading through email or a reader, you may need to click over to the site to see the embedded video below: