Add Watermark: How To Process Multiple Images From Dropbox

When you are storing your images in Dropbox cloud, you may be wondering, how to watermark more than one image using batch mode. Because currently in Dropbox you can select only one single file to send it to another app.

Please find below a workaround. To say it short, you need first to download images to device.

1. Start Dropbox and mark needed images, then save them to device (use three point menu > save to device):

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2. When they are saved (you can see the status on icons), open Add Watermark, select source (+) > process multiple images
3. Navigate to the Dropbox folder – it looks similar to
/sdcard/Android/data/com.dropbox.and.android/files/XXXXXXX/scratch…,
select all images, then process them.
I don’t recommend to process more than 100 images at once, as it can take very long time (few minutes).
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Add Watermark 2.9.5 released

Changes in version 2.9.5:

  • New placeholders %day-dd%, %month-mm%, %month-long%, %year% for flexible date stamping, for example: “01 January 2015” or “2015-01-01”
  • Fixed error for placeholder %date-ensfx%: 11th, 12th, 13th appearing correctly yet
  • Fixed font problem: some fonts stopped working after update to Android Lollipop
  • Added 6 new fonts with cyrillic support (Avdira, DejaVu Serif, Resagokr, UKIJ Kufi Yay, UKIJ Qolyazma, Yiggivoo), font list rearranged

Add Watermark 2.9.4 released

Changes in version 2.9.4:

  • Fixed error: “Image not found” after using built-in camera on some devices
  • New placeholder %date-ensfx% for date format like “1th January 2000”
  • New setting to disable confirmation while auto processing
  • New option to flip the watermark image horizontally or vertically
  • Quick insert of frequently used special symbols like “©” etc.
  • Added Dutch translation. Many thanks to MarcyArtistic!
  • Added Czech translation. Many thanks to Renek!

Add Watermark: How to use your own fonts for text watermark

Since version 2.8.6 you can import up to 20 TrueType or OpenType fonts to the app (only 1 custom font in the free version).

Just copy your font files (extension .ttf or .otf) to the folder “addwatermark/custom_fonts” on your device. This folder is automatically created after app installation.

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When you start Add Watermark, you can see now the custom fonts (Settings / Text / Font), added to the build-in fonts starting with numbers [1]..[20]:

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Please note, if you can’t see a custom font in the app, the file might have a wrong format or is corrupted.