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PROS: Creates free collages and is simple. This tool does what it claims and does it well.

CONS: I love the simplicity of this tool, but I find it a little too simple. It would be nice to crop and edit the individual images right there on the site, but I realize this isn’t the intention of the tool.

VERDICT: This free tool is great. I’d give it a try.

PRICE: Free. Option to buy items with your collage printed on them.

TRY: Photovisi

Photovisi Features

Photovisi creates collages of your photos, lets you edit the collage, customize the background, and more. This tool is simple and does exactly what it claims.

You can choose from many preset designs to get you started. I chose the design highlighted below, which allows up to nine photos.

Here’s my creation made with photos from Christmas.

Give Photovisi a try and see what you can create.

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6 thoughts on “Photovisi Creates Collages of Your Photos”

  1. Jhon Tiehuis says:

    The con you mention about not being able to crop is in correct. I just tested the website, thanks for the tip it is nice.
    But there is a crop button on the left side to crop a selected photo during the progress.

    But it all looks pretty simple indeed. Maybe some extra options like http://www.photofunia.com/ has. I love using that.

  2. Jhon Tiehuis says:

    The con you mention about not being able to crop is in correct. I just tested the website, thanks for the tip it is nice.
    But there is a crop button on the left side to crop a selected photo during the progress.

    But it all looks pretty simple indeed. Maybe some extra options like http://www.photofunia.com/ has. I love using that.

  3. Jhon Tiehuis says:

    The con you mention about not being able to crop is in correct. I just tested the website, thanks for the tip it is nice.
    But there is a crop button on the left side to crop a selected photo during the progress.

    But it all looks pretty simple indeed. Maybe some extra options like http://www.photofunia.com/ has. I love using that.

  4. Rich says:

    Thanks for the update Jhon :)

  5. Rich says:

    Thanks for the update Jhon :)

  6. Rich says:

    Thanks for the update Jhon :)

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