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I downloaded this when searching for a simple and elegant tool to collage photos. I was looking for an app with customizable layouts so I could really frame the subject matter within the space on the collage they were placed. I chose this one because it seemed the most promised based on reviews and description. This app has an excellent array of templates, but it is hard to fine tune them to the photos you are using. I am honestly having a hard time understanding all the positive reviews based on my personal experience with the app. I also have the following concerns: 1. Crashes VERY consistently. I had to restart my first attempt at creating a collage 4-5 times at various stages of completion so it's pretty much useless on my iphone 7s. 2. Navigating tools and undoing things such as positioning and scaling photos to fit the collage is tricky. The controls lack finesse. It's too easy to lock in what you do so you have to start a project all over if you make a mistake with crop/scale. 3. The ads are very frequent and obnoxious. They interrupt your workflow once you're up and running. I would be glad to pay a reasonable price for the ad free version provided it was a quality app that did its job well. I feel a bit bad for leaving such a negative review. I actually found myself trying to like this app, being ok with it, but the more I tried to use it, the more frustrated with it I became. I hope it improves with future revisions.
Well apparently I was scammed by this developer as well. I downloaded the app thinking it was free of charge...I didn’t realize it was a subscription since it never asked me which one of the dozen plans I would have chosen. It just graciously signed me up for the $4.99 plan and charged me. Thankfully I caught it the first time and I have cancelled the subscription. Just wanted to give everyone a heads up about this app. Don’t download it, it isn’t free!!! I do intend to contact Apple about this as well. I was never given a choice of monthly plan or even told it would cost in the future. However, when I went to cancel there were many many different plans I could have chosen. Even a $2.99 plan. Still don’t want it but it would’ve been better than the $4.99+tax that it did charge me. Hmmmm I wonder if this company pays their taxes on all these lil charges??? I was forced to give it one star...I would really like to give it negative 10 stars.
My wife evidently downloaded this app in February of 2018 to try it out, and was evidently bamboozled somehow into agreeing to a subscription (doubtless with the developer following Apple’s exact guidelines for doing so to a T, thereby obviating themselves from any culpability, as the scoundrels are so quick to point out in their responses to these reviews), perhaps believing she was buying the full version of the app as a 1-off transaction? She at any rate has no recollection whatsoever of this happening, and deleted the app shortly after originally downloading it. However their $4/month charge kept rolling along, 8 in total, $32+tax before I caught them and cancelled the “subscription” Absolutely repugnant behavior. Next stop is a call to Apple to lodge a formal complaint and tell them precisely what I think of this developer and their alleged product. It’ll be interesting as well to see if this review ever makes the light of day.
Like many others I was duped into a ridiculously expensive subscription fee for this app that is long since deleted. The app developer is making a killing off this mediocre app because many people will be unaware of it siphoning money from your account. Sure, they’ll respond that they followed the letter of the law and they’d “love to help me out” if I contacted their support line. BUT, they NEVER sent me any emails regarding the subscription. How many subscriptions do you have where the developer never contacts you? Right. None. Except for the ones where they want to stay hidden. Oh, and don’t count on Apple to fix this. They make money off of this as well and don’t care if you missed the fine print. At the end of the day they know there’s nothing you can do aside from leaving their company. Which you won’t.
So I got this app thinking, “why not give this a try?” So I downloaded it and well, I started to make a collage, then as soon as I was about to see it and finish editing, a thing for a subscription popped up and I was trying to find out like trying to see what I had made so I want to head and started scrolling up and down trying to figure out what was like if it was just a glitch or something so I went ahead and exited out of the app and tried at it again and to my surprise as soon as I got to the same part/area or whatever, about to see what I was going to make it showed up again so I don’t know if you guys have like something going on but if it’s going to be free from the beginning you should probably have it cost money before people download it thinking it’s gonna be free.
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Photo Collage - Collageable is ranking in Photo & Video & Lifestyle
Last update was at Dec 31, 2019and the current version is 2.14.
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