Of nearly a billion App Store apps, about half are games. I’m convinced that half of the other half are photo apps for the iPhone’s camera. What sets them apart? Try a good one that’s free to see what free can get you that’s different.
On-The-Fly Collage Photography
My iPhone is home to three folders, each full of various and sundry photo apps and cameras. They’re all a little different, some good, some great, some free.
I’m the proud owner of photo apps that add effects and filters to photos. Camera apps that do more than Apple’s built-in iPhone camera app.
Some apps, like Momentsia, aim to think different. First, it’s free. Free seems to be the order of the day for new apps, if anything just to get some attention.
What it does is a little different than most iPhone photo apps, and that makes it worth a look.
Momentsia creates photo collages on-the-fly, as you take photos with your iPhone camera. It’s on-the-fly, or real-time collage making and sharing that’s actually fun to use and saves you a few editing steps.
Point. Shoot. Collage. Share.
The user interface is deceptively simple. Select a collage. Point the camera. Shoot.
The collage can be edited at any time. Drag and zoom in on photos for a perfect composition in the frame.
After a few dozen shots you have an art wall of collage photos that can be shared with friends and family.
Shared? The usual suspects. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Mail, and the Camera Roll (for more options).
What’s missing? Hey, it’s free, I know, but a wide variety of photo effects and filters would be a big plus.
Otherwise, Momentsia saves time by creating a collage wall, the art wall, of photos while you shoot instead of requiring you to shoot first, then find a collage app, build the collage and then share.