Photo Grid is a free (ad supported) app with lots of options for making collages, along with video clip slide shows joineded by songs.

You can select the element proportion for the photos, and pick from greater than 300 formats. The formats that show up rely on the number of pictures you have. You could likewise choose ambient colours, structures, content, and sticker labels. Your finished collage could be shown the various social networks, emailed, or conserved to your camera roll.

I have actually made use of the app on several of my images, and find it simple. You direct the application to your photo roll, choose the images you wish to utilize, et cetera is pretty evident, with controls along all-time low of the display. There is also a function that permits you develop videos with images. There’s isn’t really a great deal of versatility there. Once your photos are picked, you can’t change the order. And there are no liquefies between photos, which I believe is a need for a delightfully looking slide program. The pictures merely reduced from one to an additional. You can add music conveniently, and the app cares for the timings and conforms the music to your slide program duration.

Photo Grid functions well and it is a global application that sets you back nothing. It does have advertisements, and they can be sidetracking. I pushed a ‘next’ button on monitor, and got more advertisements, when I thought I was advancing to the following monitor of the program.


Despite having my caveats, Photo Grid has a wide range of functions at an attractive price of free. I still like Diptic as a paid application for collage development, yet the developers of that application are getting lugged away with as well many in-app acquisitions.

Photo Grid calls for iOS 6 or later to run and it is enhanced for the iPhone 5.

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