A bit too limited. I get what the author is trying to do. He's not trying to replace photoshop or make a new image manipulation platform. I don't get why it's limited to only 3 photos per strip. Even real machines pump out 4. While I don't think I ever utilize such a high limit, I think it should be bumped to 10 or so (more than 6, less than 12). Personally, I'd like to put in 4. All in all, a great app that does what it promises.
SIMPLE AND EXCELLENT! LG g3 Exactly what I was looking for. Definitely a keeper. Easy and intuitive to use. No bells or whistles, just performance, accessibility, and results, in a streamlined interface. No ads. Not needy or demanding. What's not to love? Cyber-beers going out to this developer. 🍺
Does what it's supposed to do! Works fine at merging multiple photos into a single file. If you need to crop the photos, do so first in a photo editor, because there is no photo editing routine in this particular application. The important thing, though, is that it can merge multiple photographs in a variety of ways, and it does so with a very small footprint.
Poor Merged Photo Quality Fairly easy to use, though the ability to rearrange the 3 images would be extremely helpful. This app gets an ALMOST FAILURE because the image quality of the end result was EXTREMELY POOR and unusable, probably because my MIDDLE IMAGE contains text !!!
3 PHOTO LIMIT The app description fails to mention strips only hold 3 pics. I downloaded the app to stitch together 7 screenshots, so that was a bummer. Also would be nice to have the option to stitch photos together without the border in between.
Wow The wow factor in ur photos. I now enjoy posting photos in fb much more than b4. Please stick to 3 photos. 4 wouldn't look aesthetic people. Neo v ics
By popular demand, a save button has been added. You can now save photostrips directly to the SD card if you're not in a social mood. Enjoy!