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Since we have now few cameras with Built-in WiFi, like Canon 6D and 70D, we are more dependent of using mobile phones, for editing, sharing and so on.
But watermark is a very importante thing, especially if you want to share your work. So I was wondering if someone here use an app (I particulary use android, but I have lot's of friends that has IOS, so both of them will be useful) that do such a thing.

ps: I've made a research and I didn't find any question like that.

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I'd suggest that I wouldn't want to watermark anything as being from me without first post-producing it on something with a screen bigger than a camera or a smartphone. Also, are you referring to digital watermarking or adding a logo of some kind to the corner of the image. – AJ Henderson Aug 22 '13 at 14:41
Good suggestion, @AJHenderson. I mean adding a logo to the corner. I work shooting shows and I usually do this, but I lose some time to download the images to a laptop and post it. Since it's just to upload to facebook and instagram It's not necessary a post-production. – Edilson Borges Aug 22 '13 at 14:52
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Try a Google search for "how to watermark images android".

I found this which seems like what you want: iWatermark for Android

Secure and protect your photos. If you are a photographer or artist iWatermark works for you to by adding a visible personal text or graphic watermark.

You could also take a look at some more involved options:

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Thanks for your answer, @dpollitt. That's why I really like photo.stackexchange, to help each other. I didn't know about this app, I've tested the Add Watermark, but I didn't like. I downloaded the iWatermark and I liked, I'm gonna buy it. – Edilson Borges Aug 22 '13 at 17:41

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