App of the week: Canva
From now on we will share the game and application of the week that we choose for you. We would like to share our impressions of Canva, our winner on the iOS platform this week.
Especially great for graphic designers and photo editors, the application allows the creators to quickly transfer their thoughts to the images. In order to be able to use the application, you have to register for the application in the first place. You can register with your e-mail address or log in to Canva via Facebook or Google. After completing these operations, the interface of the application is confronted. There are templates ready for sharing on the social networks such as Instagram, Facebook and Twitter in the top tier, while other sections have tapes where you can draw on autographs, handbills, invitations, album covers, advertising bands, business cards and logos. The application, which also supports many other languages besides English, is based on organizing creative works by adding pictures such as text, labels, borders and frames.
You can choose one of your own photos at Canva, or you can choose from the stock photos. By adding different filters to the photos, as in Instagram, the work can be made even more impressive. There are lots of font options in the application where the settings like brightness, contrast, saturation, blur, vignetting and coloring can be changed. You can also align and size the texts. One of the advantages of the application is to support Apple’s personal assistant Siri. In Siri, for example, you can search for the work you made in Canva for Instagram. The application also allows you to load tags in iMessage. You can download the application through this link.