This post was updated on July 29, 2016.
Have you seen friends post photo collages on their Facebook profiles? Or, awesome infographics containing useful information? Or, photos of cute animals with funny captions?
If you’re wondering how those things are created, then search no further. It can be very fun, free, and simple (even for the technologically challenged).
I use an app on my phone called PicCollage. I create personal photo collages, useful infographics for my business (like the one on the right!), and inspirational quote images for my website…and that’s just the tip of the iceberg as far as what you can make!
Here are some of the great features of the PicCollage App:
- Free from the App Store and Google Play
- Connect to social media
- Choose from tons of photo templates
- Add text and stickers to photo collages
- Explore and discover what others have posted
- Use predesigned templates
Here are really fun ways to use the PicCollage App:
- Share collection of personal photos
- Display photos showing a progression
- Make a vision board
- Create inspirational quote graphics
- Show off your portfolio
- Document travel or any other memories
- Make something funny or cute or entertaining
- Create infographics for your business
- And so much more!
Here’s how to use PicCollage
The process is pretty simple. Choose a photo or photos, pick the layout and background, add text and/or stickers and save it! Once you’ve created your awesome graphic, you have a few options as far as sharing it digitally.
You can post it on social media sites like Facebook and Instagram, save it to your phone’s library, or send it via email.
Give yourself some time to play around with it. There are a lot of options as far as layout templates, background colors, patterns, and so on. It’s a time suck for sure, so have a plan before you get started!
Have you used the PicCollage app before? What was your experience with it? Or, do you use another graphic-creation app? I’d love to hear from you. Share your opinions below!
<span style=”font-size: x-small;”><em>*Original image credit for lead graphic: PicCollage</em></span>