Find Free Images For Commercial Use On Mobile With Pixabay Mobile App

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

Not only Google, if you are using someone else’s images without permission, you are possibly violating another’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 blogs & social media?

Well, there are many ways by which you can download images for commercial use & you don’t have to give credit. I have listed down some of these websites over here.

Alternatively, you can use Google or Flickr to find such images. For that, refer to these posts:

Today, I’m sharing one free mobile app that is going to be very handy for every blogger and social media influencer to get free images – even for commercial use – from their mobile device.

The very popular, free image site Pixabay recently launched a mobile app for both Android & iOS. Using the mobile app, you get access to their over one million quality and free-to-use images right at your fingertips.

Pixabay Free Images App For Android & iPhone:

Earlier, finding free-to-use images on mobile was not easy, and with the launch of the Pixabay app, millions of users can now enjoy free images directly on their phone or tablet.

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

Pixabay Mobile App
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Pixabay Mobile App for Images
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Browse Images on Pixabay
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Go ahead & enjoy the power of Pixabay on your mobile.

What do you think about this mobile Pixabay app? Have you used Pixabay before? Let me hear your thoughts in the comments below!

Here are a few more mobile apps that will help you in your online career:

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A Blogger, Author and a speaker! Harsh Agrawal is recognized as a leader in digital marketing and FinTech space. Fountainhead of ShoutMeLoud, and a Speaker at ASW, Hero Mindmine, Inorbit, IBM, India blockchain summit. Also, an award-winning blogger.

36 thoughts on “Find Free Images For Commercial Use On Mobile With Pixabay Mobile App”


    Yes.I have learnt new sources for beautiful images to be used on the blogs.Good that pixabay launched mobile app to use it same.It will be more usefull,as we can search on the go.

    Thanks harsh for the sharing the great source again . ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Preethi Khetani

    Hello Harsh,

    I have been using them for a long time. I know they have their Android App, which is what they are promoting since the past a week or so aggressively. Beautiful collection but my question is can we edit those photos and what photo editor are you using?

  3. Good information. Pixabay seems to be a bit ahead of its peers in its business. This is also a good news for webmasters as they will probably be getting access to images optimised for mobiles. This may help ensure accelerated mobile pages for your site which is important as Google is considering it a significant ranking factor for SEO in 2017.


    I love pixabay and I’m using it since years now but the only problem with its Android app is when I try to download images it says ‘download failed’. For whatever reason and also I check the app’s review where the users are stating the same problem.

  5. Pixabay is the one of my favourite site to get free images. It has listed thousands of high quality images.
    Another my favourite sites to download images are Canva and Flickr.
    Thanks for sharing.

  6. Amanpreet Singh

    Lol…I was doin biggest mistake well. I was downloading pics from google. Now I am gonna use pixabay from now…thnkew harsh sir

  7. Hello, Harsh!

    I am actually in true love with Pixabay!

    Really it is the great platform to find the finest, quality-rich and related images for my content.

    Pixabay is more like a blessing! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thank you for the good cover of the effective platform!

    ~ Adeel

  8. Images must be important for any blogs. Publicly shared web images is not right for blog some images is copyright. Thanks for share it !!!

  9. Thanks so much!

    I had Pixabay as a tab in my Chrome, but now I have the app, that’s so much more practical.


  10. Well, It’s the first time to hear about PixaBay.

    I’ve checked it and yet it’s a very good resource for bloggers. I will add it to my list of Picjumbo, Gratisography, and Dreamstime.

    Thanks for sharing!

  11. bheru lal gaderi

    Hay Harsh really copyright is big issue for blogger, thanks for suggest pixabay,now I’ll be relaxing about image for my blog.

  12. Vishwajeet Kumar

    Hello Harsh,

    I am a big fan of Pixabay and using it from past 1 years. It fulfill my image needs. The images are of high quality. Thank for sharing this wonderful post. It will definitely helps other bloggers too to find out quality images for their blog.

  13. Thanks harsh for sharing this. i was just using fro my blog but you have added something new in my knowledge

  14. I have been using pixabay for all of my blog, it is really useful. Recently, I am also using Unsplash as well they have really high resolution picture.

  15. PIXABAY is really a great website to find royalty free images. PIXABAY apps looking great. Thanks for sharing

  16. Dear sir thank u very much for this lovely post.
    I want to know if everyone will download the same free pic and will use at various platforms will it no be duplicate from Google and SEO point of view? Ultimately, everyone is using the same free pic on their blogs. For example, I searched for a pen pic and downloaded it and another user will do the same thing, is it duplicity?

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