Almost every person who owns a smartphone used a meme at least once. If we were to define this cool and funny attachment, we could say that it is a composition made from an object, cartoon or person. Since it is created for sending a message or expressing some thoughts, the image is always accompanied by a text.
Usually, memes are targeting a specific group of people, person or social category. For this reason, they can have an offensive, derogatory or funny character, but are suitable for being shared on social media.
You don’t have to be a computer guru to start creating memes
Every person with basic photo editing skills can create memes. However, if you are taking your first steps on this path, you might have to learn a few things, but don’t worry! Nowadays, we have modern apps which help us generate memes on our mobile devices without taking up photo editing lessons.
- Zombodroid’s Meme Generator – it allows the creation of personalized memes;
- Memes in Motion – users can turn videos, GIFs and pictures stored on their devices to funny or interactive memes;
- Meme Creator – it is one of the best-rated apps in Google Play Store. By using it, you can create cartoons with human or animal characters on your mobile;
- MemeGuru – it’s very interactive; it allows the user to customize his/her memes with over 800 templates. The creator can add stickers, logos, change font or style and more;
- Meme Faces – this app is dedicated to people with sense of humour. It has many cartoon faces and other funny additions which make it very popular among meme fans;
- Memasik – the app comes with a stunning interface. The users can choose from over 100 unique templates and turn the images stored on their devices into background for memes.
If you find any of these apps interesting, you can start looking for more information on them. You can try them all and choose your favorite.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.