The idea is useful for those interested in sending messages to special people like mother, mother in law, other family members and friends. The platforms feature hundreds of commemorative texts related to the Day and images illustrated with feminine and feminist themes. The date promotes reflection on the strength of women and their contribution to the world, facing social obstacles such as machismo. Check out five apps to send messages in honor of Women's Day.
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1. Ready Messages, Phrases and Status
App Messages, Phrases and Status Ready has several texts about Women's Day Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
The Ready Messages, Phrases, and Status app has a section called "Women's Day," which offers date-specific messages. They are short sentences that praise the strength of women and their role in society. There are also more romantic, affective-oriented options, as well as quotes from thinkers and excerpts from women. The user can save favorite options and separate items already used so as not to send a repeated message. The app is available for phones with Google's operating system.
Canva has several Women's Day cards to customize and send to social networks Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
The online publisher Canva offers ready-made templates for creating arts on the theme of International Women's Day. Simply search for the term "Women's Day" in the search field and view all results. The user can edit the images and customize the card however he wants: change the text, the colors and add graphic elements to compose the layout. The editing tool is simple and easy to use. In the end, it is possible to download the image to the gallery or send directly through social networks. To sign in, simply use Facebook, Google or create an account with email. Canva is available for both Android and iOS systems.
3. Mobile Ready Messages
Mobile Ready Messages turns Women's Day ready phrases into images Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
The Ready Messages for Mobile app separates sentences by category. These include the "International Women's Day" message, which provides content that addresses the importance of women in our lives. In addition to short sentences, the service also provides more elaborate texts, divided into paragraphs and even verses. When you select a message, you can edit it to enter a friend's name or a custom phrase for the recipient. The app also lets you turn text into image, add a colorful background or photo, and change colors and fonts before uploading to social networks.
4. Messages of Love, Affection and Friendship
Messages of Love, Affection and Friendship have ready images and videos of Women's Day Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
In the Messages of Love, Affection and Friendship app the user will find ready images and videos of various themes. To find date honors, simply search for the term "Women's Day" in the search tool. The arts are mostly romantic and appeal to the sentimental side. The software separates the images from the newest, the most shared by users and random arts. Interested parties can download the files in the mobile gallery or share directly on social networks such as Facebook and WhatsApp, for example.
5. Captions for Photos and Status
Captions for Photos and Status has collection of Women's Day phrases to send by WhatsApp Photo: Reproduo / Rodrigo Fernandes
Available for Android smartphones, the Captions for Photos and Status app has a collection of various short messages about Women's Day. Most of the sentences are congratulatory on the commemorative date and address the importance of women in society. You can also share text messages through social networks or turn them into images by selecting a file from the gallery or capturing a photo with the camera to illustrate the art. Simple and intuitive use.
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