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How to Watermark Photos on an Android Device

Taking the perfect picture can be very difficult, but once you have it, you want to make sure that no one else takes credit for it. One way you can protect the images you take is by adding your own personal watermark. If you’ve taken the image from your Android device, you can quickly add a watermark by using a third-party app. You don’t have to use complicated software to protect the image you waited so long to take.
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