Pixplit: Create Social Photo Collages Using Pictures Of Yourself & Friends [iOS]

Photo collages are a visually appealing way to showcase images and share them. Normally you create a photo collage by getting a lot of pictures and fitting them together in various ways. But this can be time consuming. Furthermore, for collages that you want to create of photos of yourself and friends, you would spend a good amount of time waiting for your friends to send you the relevant photos.

What you need to make the creation of such collages easier is to split the task so that your friends have access to the collage and can add their own images. Here to help you do precisely that is a user friendly smartphone application called Pixplit.

Pixplit   Pixplit: Create Social Photo Collages Using Pictures Of Yourself & Friends [iOS]

Pixplit is a free to use smart device application for iOS devices. The app is pronounced “pic-split” and is sized at nearly 9 MB. It runs on an iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad device that is using version 5.0 or later of iOS. The application lets you add contacts from other Pixsplit users. You can then begin creating collages simply by picking a collage template. The app then lets you add a frame and border to your collage.

Each collage has four slots and each of these slots is added by different users with one slot being reserved for your image. Your friends can opt into the collage that is also called a ‘split’ by the app. You are notified of when friends add themselves to the split after which you can publish the collage. People can like your splits, comment on them, and respond with photos. Your splits can be shared on Facebook, Twitter, or via email.

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  • A user friendly phone app.
  • Compatible with iOS devices.
  • Lets you create social photo collages.
  • Offers various collage templates.
  • Each collage has 4 images from different app users.
  • You can share collages via email or on Facebook and Twitter.

Check out Pixplit @ https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pixplit-create-images-photo/id537572752?ls=1&mt=8

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