Inmagine – Spice Up Your Life with Royalty-Free Images

Biz Report

We don’t know about you but finding quality images without having to pay for them can be quite the nuisance. Royalty-free images are considered the safer way to go rather than using a potentially copywritten image

Luckily, there’s a one-stop shop that has several kinds of images for you to choose from.

Inmagine provides quality images, sound, and video by world-class artists, as well as software solutions and services. They have developed a creative platform for clients to tap into when they wish to express themselves.

Being the parent company to 123RF, Inmagine has a content library of over 72 million images – so yeah, pretty good chance you’re going to find the photo that you need. And in addition to images, Inmagine also has vectors, footage, audio, and more.

123RF is the very first stock company of its kind to create a Google Chrome extension that allows users to search for images across a variety of categories.

Inmagine had a mission to curate categories that are hand-selected by designers for designers. And by being a royalty-free stock image provider that they are, Inmagine works to meet the demands of advertising agencies, graphic design firms, and corporate businesses.

Categories you can expect to find with Inmagine are:

  • Picnic
  • Music
  • Ocean
  • Vintage
  • Dancing
  • Landscape
  • And more

And if you’re a fan of Pixlr, 123RF has acquired them too. If you haven’t heard of Pixlr, it’s basically just the world’s most widely used cloud and mobile photo editors – no biggie.

With this acquisition having propelled Inmagine towards 50 million monthly active users, there have been over 100 million installs of the Pixlr mobile apps – again, no biggie.

Best of all, Inmagine creates a solid user-friendly environment and enhances the user experience in the creative realm. You should take our word for it, but in case you don’t, see for yourself! Visit today.



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