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PicFrame helps you combine multiple photos into amazing looking frames that you can save to your computer or share to Facebook Twitter and Flickr. With 73 adjustable frames, support for up to 9 photos in a single frame, rounded corners and plenty of border patterns, you will always have a unique look.
Since PicFrame was released on the iPhone and iPad we have often been requested to create a Mac version for people to use on their desktop, well here it is! PicFrame on the Mac is just as easy to use, select a frame, drag and drop your photos in, tweak the border size, give the photos rounded corners, add a color or pattern, resize the adjustable frames and save the photo or share it to Facebook.
- 73 fully adjustable frames (drag the borders between each photo for endless customization)
- Support for up to 9 photos
- Save your work in progress as a PicFrame project file
- Rounded corners
- Change the border size
- Zoom and drag the photos around
- Easy color picker for border color
- Multiple patterns to use for the border
- Ratios 1:1, 3:2, 2:3, 4:3, 3:4, 16:9
- High resolution (Up to 3264x3264)
- Share to Facebook, Twitter and Flickr
- Drag and drop photos into the frame
Follow PicFrame on Twitter @PicFrame for updates and information.
What's New in Version 2.6.1
Added two new frames.
You can now right click a photo to remove it.
Fixed an issue with two frames displaying incorrectly.
Fixed a problem where images would save smaller than displayed.
A good, basic app but ...
I love this app. It has lots of great layouts and I can drag the photos straight from iPhoto into the slots. It really is my go-to app for posting simple collages on-line and such. What it does, it does really well. There are a few things it lacks, though. It would be nice if you could switch the position of photos within the app instead of having to drag them back in from outside each time you want to change where they go. Also, there’s no undo option or text. There are several sizes and orientations and I can usually find one to suit the photos I have, but the only standard print ratio they have is 4x6, so if I want to print any larger sizes I basically have to remake the collage in a different program. Other than that, it’s a great little program and it gets a lot of use when I’m looking for something basic and fast.
Love this application. I've been using it to print photos for scrapbooking that aren't a normal 4 x 6 size. By using this app I can print my instagram pictures with out having to pay an arm and a leg and can just pay normal cheap prices! I love that. I can also make collages and it is very easy to use.
The one thing I would like to see is to be able to tell exactly what the proportions/measurements of the individual squares or photo holes are. I'd love to be able to know that I'm making perfect squares, or or what size the individual pictures will be once printed.
Simple, easy powerful
Just bought this app and made a dozen collages in a row. Very intuitive: I just dragged-and-dropped from iPhoto, then after saving I dragged new photos on top of the old ones and the new photos replaced the old. Easy!
Near the very end of my dozen montages the app crashed once, but on relaunch it brought me right back to where I was with the photos still there, so no biggie. Easily worth the 99¢ price!