Photo Frame

Developer: Fangcheng Yin

Current Version: 1.5.2

Last Updated: 6 months ago

Download Size: 3.1 MB - Download

Description:

****** Special Sale Price (reg. $9.99 USD) ******

Photo Frame makes it possible for you to combine multiple photos into fantastical frames. With 30 adjustable frames available, you can always have a different and refreshing look.

Photo Frame is just as easy to use. Choose a frame, drag & drop your photos in, scale the photo, adjust the size, color, rounded corner and customized background, then save it on your Mac.

Main features:
-- Numerous amazing layouts.
-- Support infinite photos.
-- Scale and move the photo
-- Rounded corners
-- Change color and customized background.
-- Change size and pattern.
-- Drag & drop photos into the frame.
-- Easy to use
-- Select the style you like in the list.
-- Drag & drop several photos into the frame.
-- Scale the photo with scroll wheel on the mouse (if you have one) or with two fingers sliding on multi-touch trackpad.
-- Move the position of the photo by pressing the left mouse or the trackpad to drag. Select the size, change the background color and decide if you need the rounded corner. Maximize the window to get a bigger view.
-- Save the final photo by Command + S on your Mac.

With those options, you can get a unique photo with frames.

****** Bug Fix & Feature Request ******
If you have any problem, please email us at [email protected]
We will fix bugs and add features for you as soon as possible.

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Release Notes:

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Most Helpful Reviews

1/5
Version 1.01
Review by saffireKitty16

DON'T BUY THIS APP!! - Not only is this app completely NOT user friendly, but there isn't even any help or tips as to how to make ANY of it work. The only way I figured out how to drag and drop my photos is because the description here said you could drag and drop from iPhoto. You can drag and drop from iPhoto, but if you don't use iPhoto (i.e. maybe you're trying to drag from your desktop), then the picture won't be imported. Once you Finally get the picture into the frame, it's so much of a hassle trying to get everything moved and fixed. If you accidentally move the picture too far in one direction (past the frame for example), then you may have to import it all over again because there's no way to move it back. Although in the options it says there's an Undo, sometimes it's unselectable (what's the point, right?) I realize the app is only $0.99, but it's not even worth that much.

Found helpful by 9 out of 9 people