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More – Add Speech Bubbles to Photos

  • July 26, 2008

Speechable.comWhile they say a picture is worth a thousand words, sometimes a few extra words can make a picture worth even more. Being able to place speech bubbles into photos and sharing with friends has been popular for quite sometime now and Speechable hopes to become the tool of choice for adding speech bubbles to photos.

To use the application, simply upload the photos you’d like to add captions to and then use the editor to easily place bubbles where ever you like on the photos and type in whatever text you’d like to add. Next, take your newly captioned photos and share them with friends on Facebook, MySpace, Orkut, your blog or by email.

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More – Bubble Caption Photos

  • April 10, 2008

Kyolo.comIf you are looking for a way of making your photos more entertaining or feel that certain photos can’t stand alone without a caption, Kyolo can help you spice them up. Using Kyolo is simple, just go to kyolo.

com, upload a picture and then add the text that you’d like displayed. Your photos can be viewed by your friends on and you can also insert them into blogs, webpages, and forums. If you are interested in seeing what others have uploaded, just go to and browse through the catalogue which has some rather comical entries. So if you are looking for the easiest way to put bubbles on your pictures and don’t require any other bells and whistles, Kyolo is worth a look.

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More – Add Comments To Your Images

  • March 5, 2008

Lynchr.comIf you’d like to add your own funny or informative text to any image, provides a quick and simple (and free) way to do so directly on the web.

Upload an image from your computer or enter the URL of any image online, and with Lynchr you can easily add what look like speech bubbles to the image, filled with any text you’d like. You can alter the size or location of the comment or change what direction the protruding arrow points in, but there’s currently no option to change your font, the color of the bubble, or anything else about the appearance of your comments. This does keep the entire process simple and intuitive, though, and if you need any guidance, there is a Quick Help menu at the bottom of the editing screen that can be expanded. The image you create can be downloaded as a .jpeg or .png file, or Lynchr will provide a URL direct link to the finished image. You can also easily upload the commented image to your website or blog (wordpress, livejournal, etc.) or to an online forum by copying and pasting the thumbnail code Lynchr spits out for you.

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