Digital Dialogue EP 69: Helpful Apps For Social Media Graphics
July 21, 2020
TikTok Faces More Challenges, Pausing Expansion Plans in UK and Dealing with Penalties in South Korea
TikTok has decided to pull back their plans to establish a global headquarters in London. This decision is based on the ongoing dispute with the UK government and CCP.
Many other countries have their own concerns with the social media platform. According to Social Media Today, “TikTok has been banned in India, the app’s second-largest user market, due to border disputes between India and China, while TikTok itself recently pulled out of Hong Kong amid rising tensions sparked by Chinese intervention in the region.
Facebook Rolls Out 4 New Image Presentation Options
The new presentation options will offer you four different image display formats to choose from which will allow you to share more photos under one post. Users in different regions are now reporting access to the option and hopefully everyone gains access to it soon as it really seems like a great addition.
Next during the episode we shared our Top 3 social media platforms that we use to create graphics.
- The first app that we wanted to share was Piktochart. Piktochart is a very easy to use platform that allows users to Easily create reports, presentations, infographics, social media graphics, and prints.
- The second app is Over, which allows you to create one of a kind Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest posts using a wide range of templates, fonts and designs.
- The third app that we wanted to share is called Canva — It allows you to also design presentations, social media graphics, and more with thousands of beautiful layouts.