Remember when the iPhone was just a phone, and not a real computer? Those days are gone. iPhone and iPad are both mobile computers that can do some real work. Making posters is a good example.
Real Work With A Fingertip
The Mac has long been a graphic design powerhouse, and some of the genes have rubbed off on apps for the iPhone and iPad.
Here’s a very clever new way to design and print posters, invitations, and cards from a small screen, handheld device, and it’s free.
Add Phoster to your iPhone or iPad and walk through almost 200 free templates and designs for posters, invitations, and cards– it’s all touch, touch, touch.
Select a template. Add a background color. Resize and reposition photos within the template. Drop in a text box and type in whatever you need. Change color. Change size. Add effects and filters.
Graphic design productivity has come to mobile devices in Phoster. See what your fingertips can do?
The process of selecting a template then adding text and photos couldn’t be much simpler, even if it was on a Mac.
Phoster handles high resolution images, and saves completed posters and invitations to the gallery.
The user interface is simply, but seems only a bit cramped on the iPhone, but positively simple on the iPad’s larger screen.
Finished posters can be shared via Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, and sent via email. Or, just use AirPrint to print posters.
There’s no need to worry about having years of graphic design experience or training. On the Mac, designs are often point and click.
On the iPhone and iPad just let your fingertip do the work and select a professionally designed template to match the idea for your poster or invitation or cards.
Phoster makes it fun to create and quality results are little more than a few minutes away. The only negative I’ve run into are my fat fingers on text boxes which seem a little small on the iPhone.