Giving Voice to Photos
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but sometimes it would be nice to throw a few more in yourself! These apps let you do that, adding a soundtrack to your photos!
SpeakingPhoto (iOS) is geared towards simplicity with an intuitive interface. Take a photo or choose one from your gallery. It’ll capture sound while you take the photo, or you can re-record something more to your liking.
PicView is free, but only for iPad. Use the pointer as you’re recording audio to pinpoint specific people in the photo, and the click itself will show up in the final photo.
Dictonic is also free for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. This one does many of the same basics but it adds VOICE filters if you wanna get creative!
Audio Photos Free
Audio Photos Free (Android) has a very simple and basic interface and allows you to change how many seconds before and after you take the photo that you want it to record audio. You can NOT redo the audio on the photo, though.
Rixa (Android) is another free option. It’s not quite as intuitive but offers you most of the options you’d want, including the ability to share to pretty much wherever you’d like!
On Windows Phone, eyeMe is the one to check out. It’s free, with a simple and intuitive interface. You can share to Twitter, Facebook, email and you can check out other users on eyeMe to get inspiration for your own pictures!
Spreengs are actual, physical greeting cards that give you the ability to add a video and audio to it. Send grandma that for her birthday, and you’ve just made her the happiest grandmother on planet Earth!