By Patrick Summerhays McNally
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Visual Poet is an application for creating visual poetry. With Visual Poet, the user can combine imagery and text to author compelling mixed media works of art and publish them to the internet.
*Create fun, 3 panel visual poems
*Email your work or post it to Tumblr
*Use images from Tumblr, Flickr, Google image search, or from your own photo library!
What's New in Version 1.2
-Visual Poet is now a Universal App!
-iOS 4.2 compatible
This app is a genius idea but could use some touch ups and improvements. Could use more freedom with font ( maybe add some different kinds), and the app could also use more freedom to arrange pictures horizontally as well as vertically. If you wanted to get real fancy you could add different borders and provide a library of decorations to add to the photos as well in addition. These are just some ideas that would amplify the awesomeness of this app. This idea is so ingenious I would also suggest turning it into a computer program or software if the file size is too big for the iPhone or iPad ect. I don't know about others but I would buy that! Anyways these are just my thoughts and opinions, and I really love this app even the way it is. It does crash however which is kind of a downfall, but I can still get it to work if I'm careful. I am sure making an app of this nature takes a lot of effort and work, but with persistence and some changes I think this app will be a big hit, and that other people would like this app as well.
I like it a lot
Love instant access to google images, Flickr, etc..no problems with crashing as of yet. Would like a bit more control over text placement and opacity, save as jpeg or png, etc. It's a very sleek, inspiring & simple app though. Great interface. Would pay for those extra features.
For the most part I really like this app. It is fun, creative and easy to use. I do wish there more options for images, I wanted to use some of my own photos in my Deviantart gallery but could not figure out a way to do so. Also some fount choices would be nice. But still a really good free app.