Caption beautiful images on the web. Inspire your friends and followers.
The easiest and fastest way to create and share viral images from anywhere with anyone. The Pikiz extension allows you to add text to any images and transform any text into images from any website. Use it to have fun with your friends and family, to engage your followers or for your marketing campaign. Once installed, just click on the “Caption this” button appearing while you mouse over image or on the “Quote this” button when you select text. Let your creativity run wild! Features: - 1000+ free high quality background images. - Around 200 nice fonts to impress. - Filters, overlay to customize images. - Customized text layouts (color, size and background color) to compose beautiful messages. - Use various emojis, stickers and shapes for a unique touch. - Upload your own images. - Make your images fit social media image sizes. - Option to crop and resize images. - Share created images on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn or Pinterest or email it to anyone. - Download your created images to your computer. - Create unlimited images. - Create an account to save your images and templates. - Personal dashboard. - Custom watermark. - Custom image URL. - Custom call-to-action. - Pikiz for Team. - Analytics. - Inline editor. Install the Pikiz extension now to start creating stunning images! Get Pikiz now! Get in the fun!
- (2021-02-05) Iñaki Jiménez Miranda: Se pueden preparar fantásticas tarjetas para tus redes sociales.
- (2017-01-11) Brianna Peoples: I made a test image and posted it to Twitter to see what it looked like. Excellent. Then I clinked on the link and it took me straight to MY OWN ORIGINAL IMAGE. Whether I'm logged in or not, visitors can use and manipulate my images. Why doesn't the Pikiz link take the visitors to YOUR link? That way they can set up an account like I did?????????
- (2015-10-28) Julien Lanau: enfin une application a portée de tous: MERCI
- (2015-03-13, v:0.2.4) Warren Whitlock: Turn off and stay off?
Finding it difficult to get anything done when Pikiz conflicts with other plugins, pops up whenever I highlight text, and generally annoy me with orange buttons. Love the functionality, but why does it have to keep turning itself on? I'd much rather have an option to have it in a context menu or only when I click on button. As it stands, I have to remove and install if I want to use it.