Valentines Messenger - Customize and Share Valentine Day Messages
iOS Universal Entertainment
Find MILLIONS of Valentines Day:
• Emoji Icons
• Clip Art
• Upload your own photos
All for one-tap easy sharing with MMS Text Messages, Facebook, Twitter, Emails, and more!
BONUS! Millions of images for ALL the other popular holidays too! Now use the app all year around!
"CLIPish Pro 2 is the be-all, end-all universal app for animations and clip art. You can’t beat the sheer volume of material here. You’ll definitely want to check out CLIPish!" ~ AppAdvice, Nov. 9, 2015
DO EVEN MORE AND SAVE $$$! This app is also bundled in the CLIPish Pro 2. To do everything this app does AND MUCH MORE, rather than buying this individual app, you may want to consider getting the all-in-one CLIPish Pro 2--20 APPS IN ONE for one low price!
45-second demo: http://video.clipish.net/about
FEATURES YOU WON'T FIND ANYWHERE ELSE:
• BROWSE MILLIONS of Animations, Clip Art, Emoticons, Sounds, Wallpapers, Photos, and Videos.
• SEND using Facebook, Twitter, MMS Text Messaging, Email and more.
• SEARCH for ANY specific item, such as "Happy Mothers Day," "I love you," "Be My Valentine," etc., and be shown HUNDREDS of images.
• UPLOAD your own images for editing (crop, rotate, add text) and sharing.
• PERSONALIZE images by adding text (adjust font, color, size, and placement).
• ONE-TAP SEND button for quick sharing within CLIPish, or SAVE to your Photo Library.
• OVER 600 FACEBOOK & TWITTER ICONS AND SYMBOLS to dress up your status and wall posts.
• WALLPAERS optimized for your particular device.
• UPDATE your Facebook or Twitter status with fun images.
• VIEW REAL TIME how others are using CLIPish and share your creations.
• UPDATED DATABASE of new images delivered daily directly to your device via the CLIPish servers.
• ORGANIZE FAVORITE images in customizable folders with drag and drop sorting.
• SLIDE SHOW feature to turn your device into a stunning picture frame.
• CROP AND ROTATE images.
• PUSH NOTIFICATION when new images added.
* A NOTE ABOUT COMPATIBILITY WITH NON-iPHONE USERS: Sharing images with Facebook, Twitter and Email works with pretty much anyone, but depending on what cell network and type of cell phone the person you're sending to has, some of the images you send via text messaging may not work. This has nothing to do with CLIPish, but is a factor of the compatibility between: 1) the iPhone, 2) your network provider, 3) the other person's network provider, and 4) the other person's cell phone. See http://clipish.net/support.
* FAST INTERNET CONNECTION RECOMMENDED: Due to the server communication, CLIPish works best for users with a strong 3G signal or WiFi connection.
* FAMILIES: This app accesses Internet content, but filters out adult material. For the strongest protection, set your rating filter to Strict.
* ANIMATIONS ON FACEBOOK: You can send all the items found in CLIPish to Facebook, HOWEVER, Facebook converts all animations to still images, as Facebook does not allow animations to "play" on their site.
* Some images featured are public domain. If you believe your work has been included in err, please let us know so it can be removed immediately.
WRITE US! Suggestions appreciated and we're always here to help: email@example.com
Remember...High ratings keep us motivated to keep adding features. :)
CRITICAL UPDATE–PLEAES READ! THIS UPDATE FIXES THE PROBLEM WITH WEB SEARCHES not brining up any results. Please read this to learn how the new version works.
WHAT HAPPENED? WHY DID THE APP STOP WORKING? Our app used Google's free Image Search feature for the web library searches. 3rd party apps use what is called an "API" to communicate with the Google image feature. On December 1st, Google deprecated (discontinued support for) their free image search API and turned it off, breaking our app's web searches, causing any web image searches to stop working.
HOW DID YOU FIX IT? Google has replaced their free API with a paid version. However, using Google's new paid API was not an option for us, as it would cost way more than what we charge for the app, so that was not feasible. So, What we did was to actually embed the Google Image search web page right into the app. This restores the complete web search functionality to the app, but behaves a little differently. Please keep reading to understand how the new system works:
- The Web Library tab has been renamed the Web Search tab and the My Library tab has been renamed to Favorites.
- You perform web searches just as before, by either selecting one of the "featured" searches (i.e. Happy Birthday, Good Morning, I Miss You, etc.) or entering in what you're looking for (i.e. red corvette, funny baby, etc.).
- Now, however, instead of the results showing up in the normal thumbnail view like it was before (and how it still works on the Library tab), it will actually show you the search results in a Google web page. Scroll down to see the thumbnails, which look better in many ways, as they keep the aspect ratio of the image and show them larger. When you find one you like, tap on it, and swipe right and left as usual. HOWEVER, and this is the important part, to use one of the images (to customize, share, crop, etc.), you HOLD YOUR FINGER DOWN ON THE IMAGE FOR A SECOND and it will pull that image into the app, so you can customize it, share it, save it, etc.
- IMPORTANT! If you hold your finger down on one of the thumbnails, it will only bring in a low resolution version of the image, and any animations will not play, so be sure and tap on the thumbnail first, so it enlarges to full resolution, and then hold your finger on that image to pull it into the app. (NOTE: It may take a second or two for the full resolution version of the image to download, and you can't pull the image into the app until it has, so if you hold your finger down for a second or two, and it doesn't pull in, it is likely still getting the high res version, so just lift your finger and try again.)
- Here is a video that shows how this works, if you need help with this: http://tinyurl.com/clipishwebsearch
Sorry for any inconvenience to you that was caused by Google discontinuing their free image API, but we hope you'll continue to enjoy the app as always with the changes we've made. Thanks!