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Best Apps for Content Creation

There are so many apps out there, so it’s hard to know if your tools are the best. I have used similar apps before, but have not tried these out yet. Hope these can help other content creators out there to find new, simple and easy-to-use apps.

If you guys love writing content, you probably find yourself in this situation: After hours of creative, free-flowing work, the time has come to start putting that creative energy into productive work. It’s not easy using your creative mind for something totally different, like taking care of the blog world.


Evernote has been around for years now and has become one of the ultimate productivity tools for the entire generation of smartphone users. Evernote doesn’t just let you capture content. Evernote offers a full range of powerful tools to annotate documents, create checklists, or organize content into folders. All that enables it to create a whole new type of content—meaningful and informationally enriched.

If you don’t like it for some reason or need more cloud space—try checking out its closest and also cross-platform alternative NoteLedge. It comes with a Kdan Cloud solution and lets you synchronize all your digital assets.

Animation Desk

Have you ever done animations? It’s really fun. You don’t need any expensive software for that anymore—you can just do it all on your iOS or Android mobile device with the help of Animation Desk. It’s a great example of a content creation app that lets you draw, use graphics, and create unique standalone pieces of art in a matter of minutes or hours.

Animation Desk is also almost completely cross-platform—the app can be used on iOS, Mac, Android, and Windows 10. If you would like to share your work with fellow animators—they even have got a dedicated community for that! AniZone brings together not only the users of Animation Desk but also graphic design influencers having a yearly animation contest AniMagic.

Write-on Video

If, on the other hand, you are more into videos and love shooting and editing short clips on your mobile—you definitely should check out Write-on Video. It’s another app which is totally transforming the way we produce and distribute content. Write-on Video lets you easily cut and edit the videos shot with your mobile device camera, then add some effects and post your final work to social media or YouTube. Being a vlogger has never been easier.


Snapseed is the Photoshop of mobile photography. Immensely powerful, the app was acquired by Google in 2012 and since then it has been the #1 favorite choice of many professional photographers working on mobile. The app allows you to transform the photographs taken with your camera into pieces of art—by adding filters, tweaking colors, and performing some more advanced filtering and editing operations.

PDF Reader

PDF Reader has been among the most popular Mac apps on the Mac App Store for years now. It offers both free and paid versions, helping you to manage, annotate, merge pdf and do all kinds of operations with your PDF documents. It supports all possible document types like XLS, DOC, audio or video. All that allows you to create versatile and powerful documents inside of just one app.

PDF Reader is one of the must-have apps for digital professionals, marketers, PR professionals, students, or anyone working a lot with documents.

Pocket Scanner

It has been announced that the world will be going paperless some years ago. But we’re still not quite there yet—often drowning in the piles of paper. Digital professionals, however, are among those who cannot afford that. Frequently, all you have is your smartphone and your laptop with no space for papers or folders in your small backpack. But the job needs to be done. What do we do?

Pocket Scanner is an amazingly simple and useful app which solves the dilemma as mentioned earlier. All you need to do is take your smartphone and scan the document—then, you can add up some notes and put it into the right folder. Done. The app is also connected to the cloud and integrated with the previously mentioned NoteLedge app. 

Trello Mobile 

Trello is an amazing project management tool not only on the web. The mobile experience is immensely important when having a busy schedule and needing to be able to catch up with the projects on the go. Trello allows you to create and manage boards right on your mobile—which greatly enhances the effectiveness and the precision of teamwork. 


Social media managers are very busy people, and they do love their mobile devices. Buffer’s team realized that and thus created a very neat mobile version of their tool. It has a very clean and understandable user interface—and has all the same features as Buffer’s web app. I was once planning social media even when vacationing—it only takes a couple of minutes and is very fun.

Google Docs

Google Docs wouldn’t be called this way if they weren’t accessible across platforms. Following Google’s minimalistic style, the mobile Google Docs apps are pretty simple and yet allow you to perform all the necessary operations. Now you can forget about your laptop—and just do the job on your mobile device. Immensely useful superpower for any digital professional.  


Slack has been almost irreplaceable for many teams around the world. And if it didn’t offer the mobile content creation experience, it wouldn’t be even half as powerful as it is. Many complain that having a mobile app allows job issues to intrude their personal life—but in the end it’s always up to the person to balance that up and take care of the push-notifications settings.

If you are a busy digital professional working with a lot of data and content, you can’t afford being tied up to your desktop. Hopefully, with the applications mentioned above you will be able to boost up your work experience, become more productive, and also have some great fun creating creative and professional content on your mobile.


Instagram’s Boomerang app takes a series of photos and creates a GIF-like image. However, there’s one subtle but super important difference between Boomerang and a GIF. A GIF loops a video over and over again. Whereas a Boomerang, plays a video forward, and then backward, and then loops that continuously.


Canva is one of our favorite tools, making it easy to create and edit customized images for sharing on social media, illustrating blog posts, and much more. It’s an essential content marketing tool for many professionals.


When it comes to content creation, most of us are no strangers to graphics. You might have heard the term “content marketing” thrown around, but what does it entail? For starters, it’s essentially marketing your business by providing valuable content in exchange for an email address. Using the right tools is key when creating content, especially if you want to save time along the way.

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