Photomash Free



    Photomash Free's review

    Published: 2012-05-23, by .

    Photomash is a photo edition app with hilarious templates and interesting features

    • Ease of use
    • Create your own templates
    • Erase parts of the picture just by sliding your finger
    • Challenges
    • Needs more templates
    • Needs filters and effects

    "Shape your photos with your fingers"

    There are lots of photo edition apps with hundreds of filters and effects. Photomash does something different. It allows you to take pictures and erase part of them just by swiping your finger. What's more you can create your own templates or load stock ones in order to make hilarious photomontage.

    Steps: take a picture and select the brush icon from where you can select overlay helper (it overlays a new photo taken with your camera over the first photo), fill brush or eraser size. For erasing just swipe your finger over the photo. Once done, you can save it as template, or browse among default templates the one that fits with you (there are just three stock templates so far, it would be great having more).

    Once you've finished your creation you can share it by using any of the sharing resources installed on your device. One of the most interesting features are the challenges: it asks you to make some creation steps by steps and post them on Twitter, Facebook or by Email. You can start a Daily Challenge. Become a professional photomasher. Recommendable.

    Tags: photomash , make a hilarious photomontage

    Manu Appszoom logo

    by Manu , Appszoom

    May 23, 2012

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    Users comments

    Cherie Tavinor

    by Cherie Tavinor

    Jul 05, 2014  |  "Great"

    We'll see soon

    Dondray Edwards

    by Dondray Edwards

    Jan 07, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    This is a good app

    Eiggo Ziur

    by Eiggo Ziur

    Dec 16, 2013  |  "Awesome"

    Using ur imagination and u can create an impossible photo..



    Dec 16, 2013  |  "Good"


    Mic MIKE

    by Mic MIKE

    Dec 03, 2013  |  "Great"

    Works great

    Chris Rigol

    by Chris Rigol

    Apr 30, 2013  |  "OK"

    Every photo I take is recorded as compressed vert lines. It no way resembles a photo.