5 Apps That I Used In 2019 To Create Content

2019 was such a year when it came to creating content for my platforms. I used several different apps this year that made my content more appealing.  I was looking to take my content to the next level and with these apps, I was able to do so. From Instastory Templates, Presets, Videos, E-Books, etc. These 5 Apps have made creating content fun and a way to draw viewers to my platform in a more innovative way. Each App has its perks and I use each one for specific content purposes.

I've been using Canva for about three years now and I love it.  One thing that I love about this app is that it stays up to date. No matter what trend is happening on the internet they're on it. For example, they have updated their designs to fit Insta- Stories.

I've also used this app to create:

  • E-Books
  • Instastory Templates
  • IGTV Graphics
  • YouTube Banners
  • Logos
  • Collages
Price: Free or Pays $$ to try Pro


Listen, I created some. really fun content on this app! I was using Imovie on my phone but it was taking up too much space. So I found InShot and it has so much to offer. This is another app that stays on trend with the platforms. These videos can be used on all platforms even YouTube. I like to create videos for my IGTV Channel with Inshot. It's quick, fun, and easy to create a video using this app.

  • IGTV Videos
  • Vlogs
  • Mobile Friendly 

Price: Free and Pay $ to go Pro ( 4.99)

Stop Motion App

I go to this app if I want to create stop motion videos. If you don't know what stop-motion videos are, the be sure to to follow Color Me Courtney. I crown her queen of the stop-motion videos. This app is very easy to use but you have to remember to turn your photos vertical to make it work.

  • Stop Motion Videos
Price: $4.99 for full usage

IMG Play

This is the app that I just found a few weeks ago and  I'm obsessed with it. I'm always looking for new apps to elevate my content and IMG Play does just that. I was reading an article about marketing trends in 2020 and this one was on the list. You can change your photos or videos into a GIF! How cool is that

  • GIFS


Here's my go-to the app that when it comes to editing my photos for the blog post. I love this app because it has so much to offer. I've taken the worst photos (bad lighting) and turned them around to the coolest photos.

Why do I love  this App:

  • Photo-editing
  • Presets: I found some on Etsy 
  • Mobile-Friendly and Desktop
  • If you use the desktop version you sign up for a FREE-Trial and then it'll be $9.99 a month!

I'm looking to try new apps this year and improving my content. Hopefully helping others do the same thing. On Saturday I volunteered at Graphic Designer Class and I learned so much. I can't wait to share with you again around this time next about the apps that learned about in 2020. Be sure you're following me on IG as I create and take my content to another level.

Until Next Time,


1 comment

  1. Awesome! I love SnapSeed as well! It has some pretty cool pic editing tools. And KineMaster or WeVideo for video editing!


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