To save your images from getting stolen and misused, adding your brand logo or a watermark is quite important. One may think that Photoshop or PC would be required to do that. But, things are different now for you can do it on your Android phone too.
Yup, you don’t have to transfer your pictures captured on your phone to a PC just for adding a logo. You can easily do it with the watermark and other photo-editing apps on Android.
While the Google Play Store is full of such apps, not all are up to the mark. But don’t worry. We have done the hard work for you. Here we present to you five handpicked apps that let you add your own logos to any image. Let’s check them out.
The LogoLicious app allows you to add logos in the PNG, JPG, and GIF format. Apart from adding logos to existing pictures on your phone, you can even capture a new photo right from the app and add a logo to it. Further, the LogoLicious app acts as photo resizer too. You can choose between 1:1, 4:3, and 16:9 options. You can even rotate the base photo.
In terms of logos, the app offers the ability to control the size, location, and transparency of your logo image. You can even create a text watermark to add to your base image.
Further, the app offers two cool features. First, it remembers your logo, so you don’t need to add it repeatedly. Second, you can save the position of your logo as different templates. By doing so, the logo will be added at the same position on new images depending on the selected template.
When it comes to saving the image, fortunately, no loss of photo quality occurs. Further, the app provides multiple file saving options such as PNG, JPG (high and medium quality). You can even rename the image while saving it.
Even though this app is on the heavier side, it’s worth it. That’s because it’s a one-stop destination for your logo needs. For starters, the app not only lets you add logos to images but you can even add them to videos (with a time limit in the free version).
Further, the app offers multiple customization options such as transparency, ability to change the color of the logo, and of course, size and position.
It even lets you add patterns of your logo to cover the entire image and allows automatic tiling of the logo. Guess what? Also, you can add logos to multiple photos at once.
Further, you can create a proper logo inside the app. While you can add it as a watermark to any image, saving it in the PNG format requires the premium version.
The app seems like a treasure box to add anything to your photos. From logo and text to signature, graffiti, sticker, timestamp, and location, the app has it all.
Since we are mainly concerned about adding a logo, we will focus on that. You can add multiple logos to your image from any format such as PNG, JPG, etc. The app lets you manipulate the transparency and size of the logo.
While you can manually change the size, it offers automatic positioning by aligning to center, right, or left. Further, you can clone your logo and add multiple instances of it by just tapping on the screen.
Sadly, the app has two drawbacks. First, it doesn’t let you choose the file type for saving the image. And second, it is quite evident from the screenshots above that the app comes with ads.
As the name suggests, the app also offers a built-in photo editor besides having the ability to add watermarks. Initially, you can crop your image to suit your needs. Then you can apply various effects and filters to it.
For the logo, you can change its color, size, position, and transparency. You can have multiple logos too. And if you want, you can add your custom watermark text as well. The app occasionally throws an ad, which can be avoided by switching to the premium version.
5. Watermark - Add Logo, Signature, Text to Photos
With basic photo-editing features such as crop, rotate, and photo resizer, the app provides an easy-to-use interface to add logos. And of course, the app lets you change the opacity and location of the logo.
You can even add stickers, signature, and a text logo. For regularly used logos, you can create a template for adding them quickly. Interestingly, the app provides two saving options — one for social media use, and second is high-quality for printing. The only disturbing thing is the ad integration.
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