Turn your words into celebrity,elephant,even as your love letter: Word Cloud

A group words is called as “Word Cloud”. These word clouds can be visualized as a celebrity,┬áscenery, animals and why not even as your love letter. Tagxedo, an application that lets you to create a word cloud using your website or blog, RSS feed, twitter feed and etc. Not only it creates a word cloud, it also allows you to share it with your friends. These word clouds can be used to make variety of gifts such as photo frames, T-shirts, Mugs, Bags, Mouse pads and shop them right from the application website.

How to create a free Word Cloud?

1. Go to the website Tagxedo.com

2. Create your word cloud by specify the URL of the website, your twitter id, delicious id, RSS feed, tags etc… and choose the appropriate font and theme for your cloud.

Word Cloud App

Word Cloud App

3. Upon clicking the submit button, the app will take you to the cloud design page, where you can choose your designs, fonts, exporting option such as jpeg, png etc…and various sharing options.

Note: You need to have Microsoft Silverlight installed. If you don’t have one, then the application will provide you with download link.

Choose designs for word cloud

Choose designs for word cloud

┬áThat’s it, you are ready with your beautiful word cloud. Have a look at some of the example word clouds of a celebrity here (Image courtesy: Tagxedo.com)

Harry Potter Emma Watson

Harry Potter Emma Watson

Lincoln word cloud

Lincoln word cloud

Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe

Bruce lee word cloud

Bruce lee word cloud

Che Guevara

Che Guevara

Obama

Obama

Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs

Note: All the images are copyrighted by Tagxedo.com.

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