New Windows Store App Lets You Do More With Photos

May 9, 2013

SpiveyWorks released new Windows Store photo app to let people do more with photos.

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) May 08, 2013

Today the Tap Collage Basic Windows Store photo collage app was released for free in the Windows Store. The app lets people arrange multiple photos on one canvas, rotate and resize them into a fun collage. People can handwrite messages or make goofy drawings on collages with a stylus or their finger. Links on the opening screen of the app connects users to a companion online collage maker website to share collages and to download a 3D printer photo frame design. The Windows Store photo collage app lets people have more fun and do more with their photo collections.

SpiveyWorks, the creator of the Tap Collage Basic Windows Store photo app, says, “We believe people should do more with their photos than keeping them hidden in folders. We want people making beautiful arrangements and handwriting personal notes on photos to share with family and friends.” Collages made using the app can be printed using the Windows 8 Devices charm. Printouts can be shared as handouts at parties or at other events. Tap Collage Basic is the second Windows Store app SpiveyWorks has made. A paid version of the app gives people three card templates to wish someone a happy birthday, congratulate them on an accomplishment or label a moment as epic.

The Windows Store photo collage app has a companion online collage maker website that can be used to post user collages and comment on other peoples. The website has had hundreds of collages posted publicly, while over 50,000 collages were created in total last year.

There is also a companion Windows Phone app that lets you make collages in the moment. The Windows Phone app has been available since last year and has had over 30,000 downloads.

SpiveyWorks Corporation is a small business based in Charlotte, NC that designs apps to empower individuals in their daily lives on whatever device they happen to be using.

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