1. Good morning Brenda,
    I have not heard of this photo-editing app. I will have to check this out. I currently use picmonkey and canva but I will try this as well. Thanks for the tip.

    I hope you, Charlie and Ivy have a wonderful weekend.

  2. Thanks, I’m always looking for free photo editing apps. I mostly use PicCollage EDU for Molly the Therapy Dog’s social media pages on Facebark and Instagram. I started with the free version then eventually paid the small price to not have the PicCollage watermark. It’s good for adding borders, which is the most I usually do.

  3. I’ve loved the free version for a few years. I always used to use it, but then they did something to it that changed it and didn’t have all of the features. I suppose those good features all went to the paid version! I loved the frames they had, and used them alot for my blog photos. Now I’m not sure the free version has them anymore. Good to see they are still around. I now love ipiccy.com.. which is totally free and has MANY MANY features similar to photoshop and Gimp (which is also free). I like Gimp too but has a high learning curve, which I just don’t want to take the time to do! Thanks for the review! Marilyn

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