The Mobile Marketing Studio: 26 Apps to Help You Create Epic Social Media Content on Your Smartphone
By Ash Read
What does it take to create incredible social media content?
Knowing you have to create new content for multiple social media channels every day can feel a little daunting, especially when you consider the range of disciplines you need to rock at in order to be successful.
Nowadays, every marketer has to be part designer, photographer, videographer, copywriter, editor and more.
Thankfully, there are now a bunch of tools out there to make these jobs easier for us all. What’s even better, with the right apps, you can create, publish and analyze the performance of all you content with just one device.
Small businesses are constantly on the lookout for faster, easier and more cost-efficient ways to create new content. And smartphones are now like all-in-one production studios, empowering us all to make world-class content using a range of fun and often simple-to-use apps.
In this post, we’ve teamed up with Product Hunt to guide you through the creative process and share 26 apps that’ll help you create incredible social media content using just your smartphone.
Ready to jump in?
To make it easier for you to find all these tools, we created a collection on Product Hunt. Feel free to read the rest of the article to find out how we use the tools or hop over to Product Hunt to check out the tools!
9 apps to help you shoot incredible photos and video
Mobile phone cameras are now incredibly powerful and we wanted to share with you some apps to help you capture and create social media content from scratch.
Here are 10 apps to get you started:
MuseCam is a great app to help you shoot and edit your photos on iOS. It features a bunch of professional feeling camera presets, manual camera controls, and advanced tools like HSL and Curves.
➡️ Download Musecam for iOS (free, offers in-app purchases)
Instagram‘s Boomerang app takes a series of photos and creates a GIF-like image. However, there’s one subtle, but super important difference between Boomerang and a GIF. A GIF loops a video over and over again. Whereas a Boomerang, plays a video forward, and then backward, and then loops that continuously.
Here’s an example Boomerang posted to Instagram by USA Basketball:
VSCO (formerly VSCO Cam) enables you to capture, edit, share and discover photos. The app features a bunch of high-quality filters to help you get the look you want and also offers a host of free editing tools like fade, Go to the full article.
Source:: Business 2 Community