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Posted by Katie Sack at 8:54AM

Capturing memories is something we all want to do whether it’s of your baby’s first year or your grandfather’s 90th birthday party, but figuring out the technology to do it can be time consuming and aggravating.

If you haven’t had a chance to check out the latest picture applications here are a few we recommend. These applications are both free and easy to use… and you don’t even have to have an iPhone! The best part about these apps is that everything is intuitive, so you don’t have to spend time to learn how to use it.

  1. CollageIt for Computers- We like this one because you don’t have to have an iPhone to use it. It’s free and safe to download. The application allows you to choose from several great templates so you can make a collage of your recent photos. You can add up to 200 photos in one collage as well as rearrange the photos to your standards. To get this application you can go to
  1. PicStitch- We love PicStitch because it’s convenient for exporting photos to other apps such as your email or Facebook. It’s easy to upload photos into a template and edit them. PicStitch offers a variety of editing tools as well! You can upload up to four photos in one collage with PicStitch. To get this application just type in ‘PicStitch’ in your iPhone application search.
  1. Pic Collage- Not only is this a free application for your iPhone, but it is also known for having many templates, including a free template of making your own.  You can add texts on top of the pictures, which is very helpful for blog pictures.  You can crop, rotate and resize each picture to better fit the template or for better effect.

Use these apps for any occasion. They’re free and convenient!

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