Most collage apps for the Mac are low priced, free, and feature laden. What is it about the new Composure app that’s different and sets it apart? It’s free, loaded with layouts, filters, and frames. Oh, and it has stickers.
Compose A Collage
It appears to me that most of the many photo collage apps for the Mac have much in common. They all start with a variety of layouts.
Once you’ve selected a layout, just drop in photos, adjust the composition, add an enhancement or two, change the frame color or pattern, and you’re good to go.
Composure starts with 54 photo collage layouts, but also gives you tools to enhance your photos– 30 filters in all.
No photo collage is complete without a way to customize the frames within the collage, and Composure doesn’t disappoint.
It starts with 62 frame patterns, but you can also choose your own color scheme. Where Composure differs the most from similar products can be summed up in a word.
Composure mixes a little of the standard photo editing tools with stickers to give you a unique photo collage.
The stickers are used to decorate the photos within Composure’s collage frames. Finished collages can be shared on Facebook, Twitter, or sent to friends and family members via email.
Composure gets plenty of four and five star reviews on the Mac App Store and deservedly so, though it does limit the size of the photos. Still, nicely done even if the stickers are a bit sophomoric.