Storyboarder is a super cool app made by the same people who make two other apps I’ve talked about (Postagram and Sincerely Ink).
In iTunes they state “Storyboarder allows you to quickly and easily tell your story from a collection of photos.” That’s true, but I don’t think really does the app justice or sells its features as well as it could. So, since I think it’s so great, I’m going to tell you a little more about it.
First off, look what it can do! Both of the collages in this post were made using Storyboarder.
So, obviously, Storyboarder is an app for making collages. You can choose from a variety of 12 simple layouts into which you can place your photos (new ones or any you take while in the app). Storyboarder will then create a postcard from your collage (looks just like it, but printed on “thick, glossy photo postcards at 300 dpi resolution” -from iTunes description). Once you’ve made your collage, you can choose people from your address book to whom you’d like have your newly-made postcard sent. It’s really easy, not very expensive ($1.99 made and mailed, postage included), and fun to use!
It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words, sometimes they are worth so much more as we look back from milestones at memories we didn’t even know at the time we were making. Sometimes pictures bring up just one word, when I saw the tree, the word that comes to mind is “Life”, when I saw you and your husband, the word was “commitment”. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for the “words” you gave for the pictures. I will now always look at them with those words in mind, which is good- I really like what you chose.
Looks very useful. I’ll give it a try and let you know what I think if it.
It would be fun for you to make your own postcards to send to people when you travel. You could try it out when you go to Mexico this next time.
Oh I really like this. I had noticed your collages and wondered how you did that. Thanks for sharing. I’ll have to go read about the other apps too.
I’ve been really impressed with how easy their apps are to use.
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I love your app reviews, thank you!
Thanks! I counted the other day, and found out that I have over 200 apps on my phone. How embarrassing! I have some that I especially like and it’s nice to have a captive audience I can tell about them.