We recently launched our photo-editing SDK, a mobile version of our popular web-based simple photo editor. Developers of mobile applications can now add our photo editor's powerful functionality into any iPhone or Android app with just a few lines of code! Read on to see what Pic Collage did with our tools, or check out the rest of our partners to see how they're putting our editor to use. Aviary's Feather SDK and Pic Collage have joined forces to make two already simple, intuitive interfaces even more awesome.
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Pic Collage is a fun, simple way to create photo collages and share them with friends and family. Photos can be resized, rotated, and moved to the front of back with a few taps, pinches, or flicks. The application uses photos from your mobile device, your Facebook albums, or even your friends' Facebook albums -- after all, why limit the selection to what's on your phone? When you're done, the finished product can be shared via email, tweeted on Twitter, or posted to Facebook.
To open Feather in Pic Collage's app, upload a photo by tapping on the camera icon to bring it onto your screen. Double tap on the photo you wish to edit. Our effects, color, brightness, and saturation tools will slide up into the application.
After you've tweaked your photo to your liking, use Pic Collage's effortless resizing and layering functionality to create your collage.
The final product looks like something straight out of a personal scrapbook, sans paper clippings and messy glue. Did we mention that you do all of this on your phone?
"The Aviary SDK is perfect for our photo collage app. Just double-tap a photo in Pic Collage and the editing tools pop up, making it super easy to add effects and filters on the fly."- John Fan, Co-Founder
We're big fans of collaboration, and we think our partnership with Pic Collage is a perfect way to ensure that viewing a batch of unedited photos is a thing of the past. Pic Collage makes it possible to turn multiple, individual photos into a single project, and Aviary makes sure each image is looking its best. How's that for teamwork?