The communicator's graphics app

Professional graphics for mobile films – fast, simple, and fun.

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Text

Create and insert text elements on your mobile film.

Subtitles

Add subtitles by typing or speaking the text.

Images

Use JPG or PNG pictures and graphics from your image gallery.

Shapes

Choose from a range of shapes, arrows, and speech bubbles from the Clipsk archive.

Blur

Insert blurred fields over details or people you want to conceal.

Your brand

Upload your company’s graphic profile etc., to the app.

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We use Clipsk

Almost 300 government organisations, universities, regional councils, municipalities, companies, organisations, associations, and many others besides, work with Clipsk on a daily basis. Here are just some of them:

National Board of Health & Welfare

Stockholm Regional Council

Hudiksvall Municipality

Church of Sweden

City of Gothenburg

Länsförsäkringar (insurance company)

Health & Social Care Inspectorate

Borlänge Municipality

Chalmers University of Technology

Stena Property

Gotland Regional Council

Västarvet (Västra Götaland Regional Council Cultural Development Programme)

Innovatum

Folkuniversitetet (adult educational association)

The Swedish Federation of Business Owners

Ale Municipality

Norrenergi (heating company)

Stockholm University

Uppsala Municipality

Swedish Enforcement Authority

Clipsk is a globally unique graphics app

Clipsk – the little graphics designer that fits in your pocket! Clipsk is currently available for IOS – simply download it from the App Store – to add professional graphics to mobile films after they’ve been edited in iMovie, for example. With Clipsk, people such as communicators, journalists, information officers, motivators, influencers, marketing personnel, or people working in the hospitality sector, can produce professional films using nothing more than their mobile phone. Clipsk also makes it easy to comply with the Web Accessibility Directive – the new EU law that requires all videos in the public sector to be subtitled. And it makes making films fun, too!