We have covered many iOS apps that let users create collages out of their photos, but the genre is so popular among users that more and more good apps keep popping up in the App Store. This is what has compelled us to review InFrame Cut today (coupled with the fact that it recently went free for a limited time). The app’s best feature is its ease of use, and that it comes with an impressive array of photo effects which can be applied to each photo in the collage individually. There are some more nice features in the app as well, and you can find out everything about them by reading on.
Using InFrame Cut is easy, and does not involve too many complicated steps. First of all, you have to choose the shape of the collage, which can be done in the Frame menu. Just select the number of photos you want to add in the collage, and don’t worry about its shape as the shape can be determined later. The collage frame has arrows around the edges, which can be dragged around to create any sort of frame you want. Once the frame is in place, tap the empty spaces and load the images which you want to adjust inside the frame. Unfortunately, it is not possible to add images straight from the camera. Once you have added the images to the collage, it is possible to rotate or resize them using multi-touch gestures.
You can tinker with the border of the collage, and that includes changing its width and the shape of the edges. Both these properties can be changed using the sliders provided in the Border menu. If you want to change the color of the collage frame, you can choose any color from among those provided in the Color menu. On the surface, it might appear like InFrame Cut doesn’t have any interesting filters or effects which can be applied to photos. This feature of the app is somewhat hidden, and you can access the editing menu by long-pressing any photo in the collage. The editing menu will let you change basic aspects of the photo, like hue, saturation and brightness, but in addition to that, there are many filters which can be applied to images with a single tap.
InFrame Cut is available for free for a limited time, and if you don’t hurry up you will have to pay $1.99 to get it.