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Create quick collages

Shooting mode menu

Plenty of effect categories

Cool-looking effects

Add multiple effects

Paint effects

Needs more export options

Grab nine photos from your photo library to make an easy collage. There aren't many choices for layouts, but you can move photos around with a touch-and-drag to swap.
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There are several modes to choose from, but it's important to note that when you touch the Video icon at the bottom, it directs you to download another app from the same company.
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Just about every one of the effect categories has multiple variations to choose from; 1839 just has one, but I suppose grainy black and white is what you got in 1839.
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If you drill down into the categories, you'll find interesting effects, and you can adjust the intensity of each one.
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First off, grumpy Lynn La (she told me to say that) doesn't smile for pictures. She just doesn't. But this image has cartoon, texture, and blur effects, all at once.
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It's kind of amazing what you can do with only a few effects.
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You have both a share and an export button at your disposal, but neither lets you send your finished project via SMS, e-mail, or Instagram. You also don't have the option to "Open in" another app like you find in other photo editors.
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