With full Instagram intergration, this app would be much easier to use than the third party apps.
What’s better than sharing one photo on social media? Sharing a collage of them! Well, that’s according to the new app, Layout.
Instagram first introduced Layout for iOS back in March but now its also available for Android on the Google Play Store.
Most collage apps would ask you to choose a grid and procedurally fill them in with photos. Layout turns the thing around with you choosing the photos first then it will suggest grids that suit your photos.
Layout also brings with it a feature called 'Faces' wherein you could easily filter your collages to only include photos with, well, faces.
Another feature it comes with is something called 'Photobooth'. This one lets you be more spontaneous and take a barrage of photos and instantly make it into a collage.
With full Instagram intergration, this app would be much easier to use than the third party apps. Since most of the time you already use Instagram to snap up that selfie or your lunch for the day. Layout also comes with alot of 'the little things' such as letting you do color correction and a bunch of fun filters.
With this release, Instagram will also introduce a new feature called ‘Structure’. This will allow you to highlight the finer details of your photograph. Conversely, this is now available on Android and coming soon on iOS.
Layout is now available on the Google Play Store. The app connects directly through Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter as well as other social media platforms.
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