Photo Collage Maker
by: Scoompa • 756.8K
Scoompa's Photo Collage Maker is a tool for the creative to assemble their own very own pastiche.
Select the photos from your gallery, link the app up with your Facebook to choose photos from there, or look up images using Google Image Search. Once you've assembled your team, choose from a variety of layouts according to the number of awaiting images. Adjust each of them to your liking, applying filters, zooming in/out, and moving to best fit the frame. Change the look of the template as well in terms of both form and color.
After you're done editing, save and export your masterpiece via whatever social media/messaging service you please.
Controls are intuitive and the wide variety of templates is pretty great. I also appreciate that you can garner photos from three different sources, including Google. The image editor is too simple, though - you can do little more than slap on pre-made filters.
If you want to look at your photos in a whole new juxtaposed light, Scoompa's Photo Collage Maker is the app for you.
by Janel , Appszoom
Jan 30, 2014
Select a few photos and instantly get an awesome photo collage (a grid of photos).
Incredibly easy to use, yet highly powerful and has many options to customize and make it personal.
Layouts Select from 100+ predefined layouts or create your own.
Stickers Choose from over 100+ stickers. Search for more stickers on the internet right from the app.
Text Over 55 different fonts
Backgrounds Many background colors and patterns
Crop Cut unneeded areas from pictures.
Filters Many filters to enhance your photos
Easy gestures Easy to use. Intuitive and fast
High res Save high resolution HD photos to your phone’s gallery
Many photo sources Use pictures from your camera, social networks, or search the web for images.
Share Share the collages you create with friends and family via standard sharing.
Modify You can edit the photo grid after saving at any time.
* Free with ads.
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