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Caption Quick iPhone App Review
Check out the 'Caption Quick' app for iPhone.
December 29, 2013
Paris Hilton And A Comically Large Cigar
Paris is down in Cuba and she’s smokin’! Well that caption sucked. Luckily the entrants in our TMZ caption contest did better …
March 04, 2015
Pho.to Lab iPhone App Review
Check out the 'Pho.to Lab' app for iPhone.
December 29, 2013
The Best Snapchat Captions of All Time
"Look, it's all the people that want to date you!"
February 10, 2015
How to Add Image Text With Pixelmator
You can use Pixelmator to add text directly to an image. You can use different fonts, sizes and styles. You can also rotate the text and add a drop sh...
February 19, 2013
At Last, You Can Now Edit Your Captions on...
Today, Instagram announced a new feature that users have been begging for.
November 11, 2014
The Secret to Instagram Popularity? Catchy...
Can a caption be worth a thousand Instagram likes? WSJ's Elizabeth Holmes unravels how popular Instagram users are giving the caption as much thought ...
February 03, 2015
"Caption This" with President Obama!
Brian and Kristen read the funniest suggestions from the TMZ Instagram photo of President Barack Obama. Follow TMZ on Instagram @TMZ_TV and be sure to...
April 25, 2014
How We Walk Can Affect Our Mood
A study shows that the way a person walks can impact their overall mood. By walking with a bouncy gait, a person is more likely to feel happy.
December 14, 2014
Captionizer iPhone App Review
Tired of boring photos? Want to easily add hilarious captions and speech bubbles? Do you use FACEBOOK or Instagram and have friends? Download Captioni...
September 19, 2012
Say Note iPhone App Demo
You can add a caption to a photo(youtube video) in your voice! Also you can leave a comment in your voice! Say Note is the best way to see and share l...
March 12, 2014
The Cartoon Lounge: Resolutions
This week, Bob Mankoff recounts his New Year's celebrations and answers yet another question about the Cartoon Caption Contest.
January 11, 2015
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