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How to Make Custom Instagram Stories with the Mojito App | Publishers

The Mojito app offers ready-made Stories templates to customize and publish to Instagram on Android and iPhones (iOS) phones. The user must insert their own photos from the gallery to create the arts, and can choose between free and paid post options with modern layouts, collages and different frame formats. There is also the possibility of adding text with different fonts and applying color filters.

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At the end of the editions, you can download the file to phone memory or share it directly on Instagram and other social networks like Facebook and WhatsApp. Check out in the following tutorial how to make custom stories with the Mojito app.

Mojito app has different layouts ready to create custom Instagram Stories Photo: Rodrigo Fernandes / dnetcMojito app has different layouts ready to create custom Instagram Stories Photo: Rodrigo Fernandes / dnetc

Mojito app has different layouts ready to create custom Instagram Stories Photo: Rodrigo Fernandes / dnetc

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Step 1. Open Mojito and view the different layout themes. Open an option and choose the desired template;

Mojito has several ready made Stories templates to customize. Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo FernandesMojito has several ready made Stories templates to customize. Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes

Mojito has several ready made Stories templates to customize. Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes

Step 2. Tap the + icon to add a photo from your gallery;

Adding a photo from the gallery to the story created by the Mojito app Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo FernandesAdding a photo from the gallery to the story created by the Mojito app Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes

Adding a photo from the gallery to the story created by the Mojito app Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes

Step 3. Use the filter carousel to add image color effects. You can use the slider to determine the intensity of the change. Confirm the action on the button in the upper right corner;

Mojito lets you apply different filters to the image Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo FernandesMojito lets you apply different filters to the image Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes

Mojito lets you apply different filters to the image Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes

Step 4. Tap the text to edit it and write the subtitle you want. In the Style button you can change the font, the color of the letters and the format. Confirm at;

User can add texts to Mojito Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo FernandesUser can add texts to Mojito Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes

User can add texts to Mojito Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes

Step 5. In the eye icon, you will see a preview of the publication in full screen;

Mojito preview helps check story details and correct errors Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo FernandesMojito preview helps check story details and correct errors Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes

Mojito preview helps check story details and correct errors Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes

Step 6. At the end of the editions, tap the download icon. You can save the image to the gallery or share it directly to Instagram Stories.

Mojito post can be shared directly to Instagram Stories Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo FernandesMojito post can be shared directly to Instagram Stories Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes

Mojito post can be shared directly to Instagram Stories Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes

Take advantage of the tip to easily create custom Stories from your mobile phone.

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