10 Apps To Make Gorgeous Instagram Quotes

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. With the help of various Instagram apps, you can make your picture worth twice as much. Instagram quickly rose in popularity due to how easily it allowed everyone to become a photographer. The speed and ease of sharing pictures of one’s own lunch made Instagram a guilty pleasure for more than a 100 million of its users.



This online app focuses on creating your own inspirational quote that can be easily made into a Facebook cover. It offers 35 symbols, 20 font choices, and 30 backgrounds to play with, though you can’t upload your own picture as a background. It’s simple to use – type in the box on the left and click any number of symbols to insert them into the picture. The preview will appear in the picture on the right. By clearing the “Apply static fontsize” checkbox, you can make each line have a different size by pressing Enter after it. The website also offers the option of putting your quote up for sale and sharing 30% of any proceeds with you.

Details: Web app; Free



Inspirably will greet you with two boxes: in the top one, you enter your quote, while in the bottom one you write your name. Click “Submit” and you will be taken to the page where you can actually edit the picture. You can upload your own picture as a background and change its properties with four sliders, but font type and color can’t be changed as easily. There are two buttons for each font category and you can only go “Next” and “Previous”, which means you will probably have to go through all font types and colors to see if there is any you like more. Resulting picture can’t be downloaded without registering, but you can take a screenshot of it and crop it in a photo editor.

Details: Web app; Free


For Android


When you start Textgram, write your message into the box and then use the buttons at the bottom to decorate and format your text. Then, go to the “Templates” tab and choose the one that best suits your message. You can also go over to the “Stickers” tab and add some stickers and emojis, or a picture from your gallery. Use hand gestures to resize, move and rotate these elements around in the frame. An interesting feature is text reflection, which you control with a slider. Textgram works best on tablets due to increased screen size.

Details: For Android 2.1 and higher; Free with in-app purchases



Jusgramm gives you a choice between 25 fonts, 70 backgrounds and 70 stickers to use in your message. Though they are really cool, the app has some issues. You can’t add your own photo as a background and the app sometimes misplaces parts of the text, displays stickers in wrong places or produces blurry photos. That’s because the app hasn’t been updated in almost a year, causing it to have compatibility issues with some devices.

Details: For Android 2.2 and higher; Free



Besides from your camera and photo gallery, InstaText also accepts pictures from your Facebook album. The resulting picture is .png and only 288×288 px, so there is no real advantage to using high resolution photos. InstaText allows you to use iOS 7 style fonts, but struggles with wrapping and resizing long text, so you should write only a few words when creating quotes in it. This could also be due to the app not being updated for a long time.

Details: For Android 2.2 and higher; Free with ads, paid Pro version



PinQuotes is an older version of QuotesTags and focuses on creating shareworthy quotes. It helps you share quotes very fast with its streamlined creation process and a dedicated Instagram share button. Categories aren’t sorted in any particular order and it’s not possible to delete quotes saved under “My Favorites”. You also can’t add them as a wallpaper on your smartphone.

Details: For Android 2.3 and higher; Free



If you want to create a quote but are feeling uninspired, use PicQuotes, because it has a random quote generator, with randomized design. It’s still at 0.99 version, which means that it has almost all intended functionality but still has some kinks that need to be worked out.  Sometimes, PicQuotes will not save the quote you created or will do so after a delay. In such case, simply take a screenshot. This app can also add hashtags to quotes it produces.

Details: For Android 2.2 and higher; Free


For iOS


With the InstaQuote app, you can easily create your own picture for sharing on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or to print. It comes with a wide selection of templates and font choices. Additional backgrounds are available for $0.99 each or the entire package can be bought at once for $3.99. You can change the emphasis of individual words by tapping them. Text size, alignment, line spacing and frame width can also be manipulated without a problem. This app if very easy to work in and produces professional looking results. If there is one thing missing, it is the option to rotate text.

Details: For iOS 7.0 and higher; Free, $1.99 for Pro version, $3.99 for Pro with background gallery

InstaQuote (Screenshots Taken From Official App Page)


Besides a gallery of great effects and fonts , Text2Pic helps you to add sound to the picture of your choice, which makes it a great app for creating e-cards. You can either select a music file from your library or record your own voice. Don’t worry if you’re not an expert in audio editing, because Text2Pic makes it really easy to choose which part of the audio file you want to use by dragging the slider around.

Details: For iOS 6.0 and higher; Free, $1.99 for Pro package

Text2Pic (Screenshots Taken From Official App Page)


This app boasts over a million quotes you can add to a picture of your choice and then share via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Otherwise, you can also send your quote via SMS, MMS and e-mail. Quotes are sorted in categories, such as Funny, Lyrics, Love, Sayings and others. Because the app is free, it will from time to time display ads but it’s not a big problem, rather just a minor nuisance.

Details: For iOS 6.0 and higher; Free

QuoteTags (Screenshots Taken From Official App Page)


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