All in one stock image search. Unsplash, Adobe Stock, Pixabay, Deposit Photos, and Pexels are now in WordPress.

This article displays a full list of all the stock image providers that StockPack is supporting and what you can do with them in WordPress.

Unsplash

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Photo by Charles on Unsplash

All images on Unsplash are available for search and download directly in the plugin. You don’t need to register on Unsplash prior to using the plugin. Captions are automatically created for attribution as Unsplash recommends. An api key from Unsplash is not required. The last count provided by Unsplash is 1.5M+ images.

Using Unsplash in WordPress with StockPack is a breeze. Just install the plugin and you are good to go.

Full supportYES
Total asset count1.5M+
API key requiredNO
Account requiredNO
Caption generated automaticallyYES

If you need to learn more about how to integrate Unsplash in WordPress you can do so here.

Adobe Stock

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Photo by carlosrojas20 on Adobe Stock

Images from Adobe Stock can be searched, downloaded, as well as licensed. You can download watermarked images from Adobe Stock for testing purposes. You do not need an api key from Adobe Stock. To license images you will need to connect your Adobe Stock account. The last count provided by Adobe Stock is 90M+ media assets.

Using Adobe Stock in WordPress with StockPack is very easy. Just install the plugin for search. If you need to license, connect your account.

Full supportYES
Total asset count90M+
API key requiredNO
Account requiredOPTIONAL
Caption generated automaticallyOPTIONAL

If you want to learn more about integrating Adobe Stock in WordPress you can do so here.

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Pixabay

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Photo by cocoparisienne on Pixabay

You can search and download all images on Pixabay directly with the plugin. No account is needed to use Pixabay. As Pixabay recommends the attribution is already generated for you. You do not need an api key from Pixabay. The last count we could find for the number of assets from Pixabay is 1.4M+.

Using Pixabay in WordPress with StockPack is extremely simple. Just install the plugin and start using it right away.

Full supportYES
Total asset count1.4M+
API key requiredNO
Account requiredNO
Caption generated automaticallyYES

If you want to learn more about how to integrate Pixabay in WordPress you can do so here.

Deposit Photos

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Photo by NastyaBerezen on Depositphotos

All the assets on Deposit Photos are available within the plugin search. You do not need a Deposit Photos account to search or download images. Licensing from Deposit Photos is available, you will need to connect your account to use it. You do not need an api key from Deposit Photos. The last count from Deposit Photos is 130M+ media assets.

Using Deposit Photos in WordPress with StockPack is as simple as it gets. Just install the plugin for search. If you need to license, connect your account.

Full supportYES
Total asset count130M+
API key requiredNO
Account requiredOPTIONAL
Caption generated automaticallyOPTIONAL

If you need to learn more about connecting Deposit Photos to WordPress, you can do so here.

Pexels

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Photo by Lisa Fotios on Pexels

Every asset on Pexels is available within the plugin search. No account is needed to use Pexels. As Pexels recommends the attribution is already generated for you. You do not need an api key from Pexels. The last count we could find for the number of assets from Pexels is 1.4M+.

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Using Pexels in WordPress with StockPack is as simple as it gets. Just install the plugin for search. If you need to license, connect your account.

Full supportYES
Total asset count3.5M+
API key requiredNO
Account requiredNO
Caption generated automaticallyYES

If you need to learn more about connecting Pexels to WordPress, you can do so here.


If you have any questions, feel free to contact support. If you are looking to see how you can speed up the time it takes to find and download an image, you can read more about it here.

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