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This App Will Help You Come Up With Captions for Your IG Photos

And it's free!
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On a scale of one to "emojis na lang," how bad is your caption game on Instagram? If you're one to spend a few extra minutes just thinking of a witty or punny caption to go with your photo only to post it sans any words, you might want to consider downloading Rubric, an app that generates "instant, cool captions" for your pics.

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Once you're done editing a pic you've taken or uploaded from your gallery, a few words related to your photo will pop up, thanks to the app's visual recognition technology. Then tap on a slew of suggestions to find the perfect caption for your post.

What's more, the app lets you have the option to choose from trending words like "here for this" and "what's good," quotes from politicians and actors among others, and lyrics from the songs of artists Selena Gomez, Kendrick Lamar, and more. Now that's peak cool!

Are you downloading this app? Let us know how helpful it is in the comments below!

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