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Every picture tells your story.
Wordify turns images into beautiful typographic artwork. Using your words. And a bit of magic.
Designed for creative professionals. And for the rest of us.
Wordify produces high-quality, fully vectorized PDF output that allows you to further edit the result with professional tools like Adobe Photoshop™ or Adobe Illustrator™. Or to create stunning artwork with just a few clicks. And be done.
Full control. But without the complexity.
Do you know what an "edge threshold" is? Wordify does. So you don't have to. No PhD in computer science required. Wordify has been designed with simplicity in mind. With its clean and easy-to-use interface, you can modify all the important settings that will make your artwork look great.
• 45 built-in templates to get you started right away
• Image Capture*: Use your built-in iSight™ camera to take pictures
• Drag & Drop interface for your own pictures
• Customizable text, fonts, colors and sizes
• Horizontal, vertical or random word alignment
• Image adjustments: Control the brightness and contrast of your image
• "Surprise Me": Randomized, dynamic font selection
• Fully vectorized and editable PDF output (opens in Preview)
• PNG and JPG output (opens in Preview)
• Optimized for the Retina Display
• Hours of fun. Easily.
* = Supported on Macs with a built-in iSight™ camera
What's New in Version 2.0.1
Ready for OS X 10.9
Nice but limited
Nice little app, if a bit simple. I would love to see the app treat the source image as a grayscale image with several degrees of gray, not as a total black-and-white image with no gray whatsoever, but that kind of complexity might be beyond the scope of an app at this price.
But I don't think it's too much to ask to be able to set the pixel size of the output file. At the very least, it would be nice to have an option to have the output file at the same dimension as the source file. Also, it's unclear what the difference between "brightness" and "blackness" sliders is. I thought "blackness" might be a contrast control, but it behaves like just another brightness control on a different curve. And the app needs its own save functionality, and not just pushing the output to Preview.
Finally, I don't think the second screenshot above is "misleading" like the other reviewer SlayBells said, but it certainly would be nice to have an option to keep the words in the same order.
very good concept, easy to use, small flaws. cheap!
first of all, i like this app. it is fun to play with and getting interesting results is easy. however it would be good to have some control over the process for selecting the words out of the text field. in my testing the result is too dominated by uninteresting two letter words (even when the input text is not). nevertheless, i am glad to have found this app, the price is really low! i recommend it for anyone who is curious.
i do not think that keeping the word order of the original text makes much sense, but it would be good if a future version allowed one to make (e.g. quoted) two-three word phrases that only appear together.
Nice start... More options, please
It's a handy little program to quickly generate a text based image. While you can choose a font, it would be nice to use multiple fonts in the same image. Outputs can be .pdf, .jpg or .png...
If they added the ability for multuple fonts in an image, it would be a real winner.