For some time now I have seen other people posting photographs on Instagram that were collages or frames containing anywhere from one to six images. liking the look I went searching for the App to do it. My buddy Frank Tuttle (of Tuttle Images) forwarded me the link to Frametastic and I've been hooked ever since.

How it Works

Frametastic lets you select your frame and theme from the main menu. You can select anything from one to 6 images for your layout for free (there are expanded packs available for in App purchase). Once you have selected the layout, you select the individual squares that you would like to ad an image to by single tapping it. Double tapping the box brings that box to full size on the screen.

Once the individual box is large on the screen you can then resize and move the image contained within that box. You can also then make adjustments and apply filters to the image.

Once you have filled in all of the boxes, you have a few more options. At the bottom of the screen you can select the roundness of the boxes, the frame color and thickness, the frame orientation, and sharing options.


When it comes to sharing you have a multitude of options. All of these options are pretty strait forward. Email, save to phone, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, and Postcard (the image has to be in a horizontal rectangle format for the Postcard option). Also selectable on this screen is Normal or Ultra-Res. Personally I prefer to keep them the best quality as possible.


The Bottom Line

This App is normally paid, but for a limited time it is Free! I really like the ease of use, the quality output, and the sharing options that Frametastic has to offer. Even at the normal price, this App is a must have, but for free, you can't beat it.


You can get Frametastic for the iPhone from the iTunes store for free here: iTunes