Comparing is a part of doing your homework

It’s important to do your homework, when you team up with a new partner. On this page we compare JumpStory to our competitors.

Unlike Unsplash, Pixabay & Pexels we have a global insurance on our images, and compared to Shutterstock & Getty our images are much more authentic and perform better. Find more details below …

Comparing is Caring

High-performing images

Photos & Videos



Background removal tool

Curated collections


Optimize for web

Unlimited use of images

Legal insurance

Visuals in average






Image storage and tagging

Max requests






Max search results






Use the features perfect for your use-case

The JumpStory API has a wide variety of cool features that you can decide to use, if you think that they solve important paint-points for your users. You don’t pay extra for any of the features – they’re all included in the JumpStory solution – of course alongside our 25,000,000 high-performing images.

JumpStory is all about high performance and authenticity

If you’re tired of the traditional stock photos, you will love JumpStory, because we’re so different. Our images perform 80% better than conventional stock images.
Please have a look below where we have collected examples of our photos – showing you the diversity and ‘real’ look that ensures the high impact … Remember that our API also includes million of videos, illustrations, vectors & icons.

Why JumpStory instead of the free image APIs?

You may have noticed that we have a global insurance at JumpStory? It’s just one of many things that makes us different than the many free image APIs such as Pexels, Unsplash, Pixabay etc.

Of course ‘free’ sounds appealing, but is it really worth the legal risk and the potentially bad experience for your customers?

Why JumpStory and not Shutterstock or Getty?

When comparing our API to some of the major industry players, we’re different in a number of important ways. Our visuals are much more authentic, and we focus not only on images, but on impact.

Would you prefer +200 million photos or our 25 million, where the button actually helps your customers find the needle in the haystack?