With Stencil, you get access to over 2.2 million royalty-free photos, over 2 million icons and graphics, and 850+ templates.
What’s unique about Stencil is that it’s designed for speed. Their focus is on helping you create all the graphics you need as quickly as possible. So instead of adding hundreds of features, they focus on helping you create designs ultra fast.
They also allow you to quickly resize your image for each social media platform without having to recreate it from scratch. So once you’ve created your blog post image, you can save it and resize it again for Facebook. Then save and repeat for Instagram. Save and repeat for Twitter. I do love how Stencil has designed their platform for speed and efficiency.
Plus, you can also preview what your image will look like on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram. So you can see exactly what it’s going to look like on any give social media site before you post.
I have to admit, this is a pretty cool feature. Once you have everything pixel perfect, you can also share your post across all of your social media platforms with just a few clicks. Again – it’s designed for speed.
Stencil also comes with over 100,000 quotes that you can easily drop into your social media posts.
Major Differences: Live Social Media Preview Tool & Designed for speed.
The downside here is that the free plan is quite limited. You’ll need to pay $15 per month or $9 per month (when paid annually) to get access to their full library of photos, templates, graphics, and more.