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Sketch templates for sharing images & videos on social media

SocialSizes Alternatives

The best SocialSizes alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    Canva is a graphic-design platform with a drag-and-drop interface to create print or visual content while providing templates, images, and fonts. Canva makes graphic design more straightforward and accessible regardless of skill level.

    freemium $12.99 / Monthly (Pro)

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    Millions of design assets, templates and images all in one

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    A collection of User Interface resources made by Craftwork

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    Discover stunning free video templates, pick and edit

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    Create simple, beautiful Instagram Stories from templates

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    Professional & editable online video templates for social

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    Create eye-catching videos in a few clicks with powerful visual effects that can sync to the music

    freemium $10.0 / Monthly

  8. 10

    Create free personalized illustrations from 3000+ elements

  9. Typorama: Text on Photo Editor is a Typography Art and Poster Maker application created and published by Apperto Ltd.

  10. Pexel: Social Media Kit is a simple drag-and-drop Canva style Kit for creating quick social media creatives

  11. Create free beautiful screenshots for App store/Google play

  12. Beautiful free presentation templates for Google Slides

  13. Create social cover images that get you followers

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