Foto Frame allows you to join multiple sized photos into one beautiful and elegant framed photo. Select a frame layout and then pan and zoom your images to the perfect position. Using a slider you can adjust the frame in real time, allowing certain images to have a larger space. With this level of customization you have an almost unlimited amount of frames to use!
The size of the border can be scaled and also a color or pattern applied to it. Images can be given rounded corners. For Christmas, we have included Christmas patterns to make the holiday pictures even better.
Once you have the perfect set of images you may save them to a single image in your photo library, upload to your favorite social media network e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Flickr.
My biggest frustration is when you go to adjust, move, or resize the picture, it keeps pulling up the photo album again. To insert a pic into the frame, you tap the frame and it pulls up your album. To adjust, move, or resize the picture, you touch and move or pinch it. The app can't seem to tell the differences between the purposes / types of touch. Sometimes it works, many times it doesn't. The other thing that could use adjustment is that the vertical rectangular frames do distort the pictures and elongate them somewhat. If you can fix those issues, I love the idea behind this app.
Adjusting the images are a pain since touching the image keeps sending me to the camera roll. Would also like the option to be able to resize the end frames (canvas size). Why must all images be a square sized in the end?
This would be a really cool ap, IF it worked. You can't adjust the photos. Every time you try it pulls up your photo album/camera roll. So very frustrating. The frames are so small you need to be able to control what part of the photo is centered in the frame. I cannot believe they have not worked this major kink out before taking people's money. Very disappointing.
Seems to stretch my photos in certain layouts and can't figure out how to zoom/resize the photos once they're in the frame. Diptic is a far better option.