Combining the ability to create collages and a social network in one application is a non-standard step that the creators of the Bazaart application decided to take, which is available both for iPhone and for iPad. This concept is quite interesting in itself, especially when you consider the 'editor's choice' mark from Apple. So we decided to take a closer look at what the developers offer us.
Immediately after the launch, you will be offered to create your first 'baseart', and as a template – an original photo collage in which Marilyn Monroe poses in a space suit. At the same time, it seems that the wishes of users in the comments on the Appstore are taken into account, since earlier the main complaints of users were about the lack of tips for the functionality.
Now, at the beginning of working with Bazaart, you are everywhere accompanied by small tooltips that will help you quickly figure everything out. You can even watch a short tutorial video if text prompts are not enough for you.
When you understand what's what, you can try your hand at creating your own collage. By clicking on the 'Add' button, you can use ready-made backgrounds or stickers, choose your own photo from the collection or take it with the camera, as well as add a text caption. Moreover, unlike many other similar applications,
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The resulting result, of course, can be easily saved or sent to friends on social networks. And given the enlarged screen of the new iPhone 6, working on a smartphone with the program is just as convenient as on a tablet.
One of the most interesting sections of the application is the tab where you can view the creations of users of the Bazaart community, among which there are real masterpieces of photo manipulations. Moreover, if you tap on the selected collage again, all the images on the basis of which it was created are displayed. They can be added to favorites, thus forming your own collection for future experiments.
You can use Bazaart without registration, and you only need to create an account if you decide to share the results of your work with other community members. As additional bonuses, a new user gets endless storage for their bazaars, their own online gallery, synchronization between devices and a number of other features. Moreover, all this is free!
Of course, they couldn't do without in-app purchases, but they offer to pay for disabling ads, additional graphics (for example, blots) and fonts.
So if you want to try your hand at creating collages without bothering with the development of complex graphic editors, take a look at Bazaart. Perhaps this is exactly what you need.