App Tuesday-Turbo Collage Lite for Android

It is App Tuesday again and the last Tuesday of the month, boy did April fly by or what?!?!?!?! I know that I usually give you app reviews on everything iPhone but today my good friend Gina is going o give a great review on an Android app that she will be using to get her through Layout A Day. Yesterday I gave you a quick tutorial on the Scrap Pad for the iPad ,which is the app that I will use when I am in a pinch for a LOAD layout. On that note I turn you over to Gina!

Hi everyone! Gina here from Messtaken Identity. I am used to going by geezee but Beth likes me to go by the other one. Anything to please Beth đŸ™‚ I am so excited to be guest posting here at Scrapping Wonders. Beth has honored me by granting me the chance to talk Android on her beloved blog. I am going to be joining her in participating in LOAD in May. The biggest struggle I have had over the months of LOAD participation has been that I ALWAYS have company or travel during the time frame of prompts and deadlines for prizes. Usually, the thrill of getting pages done, is enough for me. I am happy when 10-18 pages are completed. This means that I have done more in a month than any other time throughout the year.

Adroid scrapping page.

During LOAD in February, I had a whole family of guests staying with us for 10 days. I was thrilled and I got a couple of pages done. I even experimented one day in Ko’Olina with Scrapbooking using my phone.

When this layout came together well enough to be submitted for my LOAD layout of the day I thought I might try it again. So during the third week of May, you might see a couple of layouts I make strictly using the apps I currently have installed. I used TurboCollage Lite to make this page.

Turbo Collage LiteI have been happy with the functionality of this app. It gives me the chance to import several pictures at once. A couple of options of frames around the images. It also has the extremely convenient benefit of adding text right onto the page. Admittedly I will be printing these up in 4×6 sizes, but they will make 8 1/2 x 11 pages sufficient. I can choose Landscape or portrait and I can make it look as though it is a Polaroid so easily.

I am including the screenshots they use on their website.

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Wish me Luck for LOAD and check out my progress at Messtaken Identity. Let me know in the comments what you think.

Thank you,

geezee

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  1. Bonnie Giller

    I will pass this onto my son who has an Android. Might be helpful to him. Thanks.

    1. Beth

      Great I hope he does find it useful Bonnie!

  2. Barry

    This is great information Beth. I am somewhat of a photography hobbyist and was not aware that something like this was available. I will definitely be looking into it.
    Thanks

    1. Beth

      That’s great Barry if you check out my site I have plenty of app reviews can help with those iOS (Apple) devices as well!

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