Grids galore

Photo Grid's simple interface and impressive menu of pre-designed collage templates make it one of the most useful photo apps we've seen. Read full review
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Editors' Rating

Free

One is not enough

While the Single editor certainly works, it's probably not your best bet for manipulating single photos. If you're going to use Photo Grid, better stick to multi-photo mashups. Read full review
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Free

Photobooth style

The High editor can combine up to nine different photos into a photobooth-style photo strip. Read full review
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Free

Wide

Similar to the High editor, Wide outputs a photo strip, but horizontally. Here, we used it to get really creative and put the same photo in each panel. Read full review
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Free

Free to be creative

If you enjoy coloring outside the lines, then the Free editor is probably for you. It drops the paneled templates and lets you tap and drag photos as you please. Read full review
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Free

Output settings

One of the great things about Photo Grid is its ability to share and save files in either PNG or JPG format. What's more, the app lets you choose your preferred resolution. Read full review
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Free

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