Title: Quipio
Platform: iOS – version 5 or later
Cost: Free

Quipio makes it easy to add text to images for memes or just fun. Watch the video to learn how it works.

The app is a great way for teens to join in in a meme community, or to have fun sending visual messages to friends and family. Teachers might use Quipio as a way to have teens illustrate understanding of an image through the text and style that they add to a picture. Library staff working with teens could certainly sponsor virtual and face-to-face programs that include a Quipio component. What if teens took images at library events and “quipped” them? There are a lot of possibilities.

If you have ideas, add them to the comments.

For more app recommendations, check out the YALSA App of the Week Archive. If you have an app you think we should review, let us know!

About Linda W Braun

Linda W Braun is a YALSA Past President, the YALSA CE Consultant, and a learning consultant/project management coordinator at LEO: Librarians & Educators Online.

3 Thoughts on “YALSA App of the Week: Quipio

  1. Wonderful tutorial Linda. I downloaded the app immediately! I can’t wait to play with it.

  2. Thanks Karin.

  3. To YALSA and Linda,

    Thank you for that lovely and detailed review of Quipio. We appreciate it very much and hope many others find great uses for young adults everywhere!


    Zubin & Team Quipio

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