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Find Free Images For Commercial Use on Mobile with Pixabay Mobile app

One of the biggest blunders most of the newbie bloggers commit is by downloading images from Google directly. If you are one of those who is doing something like this, you might end up facing the legal issue shortly.

Not only Google but if you are using someone else’s images without permission, you are violating other’s copyright. I have talked about this in detail over here.

Now, you might be thinking:

Hey Harsh, then where we should get images for our blog & social media?

Well, there are many ways by which you can download images for commercial use & you don’t have even to give credits. I have listed down such websites over here. Alternatively, you can use Google or Flickr to find such images. For that, refer to the below-listed blog post:

Today, I’m sharing one free mobile app that is going to be very handy for every blogger, social media influencer to get free images even for commercial use on their mobile. One of the most popular free images site ‘Pixabay’ recently launched the mobile app for both Android & iOS. Using the mobile app you get access to their over one million quality CC0 image at your fingertips.

Pixabay free images app for Android & iPhone:

Earlier finding free to use images on mobile was not easy at all & with the launch of Pixabay app, millions of users can enjoy free images for various work directly on mobile. The app is available for both Android & iOS.




Once you have downloaded the app, it’s pretty easy to use from there. You should register yourself which takes about few seconds & then enjoy the mega collection of quality CC0 images.

Some key features of the app:

  • The app is completely free with no distracting ads
  • Blazingly fast search and a user-friendly interface
  • Swipe through search results
  • One-click image viewer – optimized with zooming and panning for smaller screens
  • Directly download and share images in all sizes
  • Messages and comments allow you to connect with others
  • Images can be liked, favorited, and easily managed within the app
  • Show tags and camera info for all images

Here are few images from the app to give you an idea of what all you can do with Pixabay free images app:


Go ahead & enjoy the power of Pixabay on your mobile. Here I’m sharing more mobile apps that will help you in your online career:

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