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The GridPic app allows you to take multiple pictures to form a grid with the pictures taken within the app. Grid sizes go from 2x2 upwards with no limit. It is available from the iTunes Store for £0.69.
- Create mosaics in any size from 2x2 upwards
- Takes the pictures within the app
- Tap to focus functionality
- Option to use flash
- Change the border width and colour
- Switch between spiral or panorama style sequence
- Live preview
- Save to camera roll
All images have a 1:1 ratio, with a preview screen available. When you are happy with your composition, hit the button represented by a camera to take a shot. Next, simply recompose and take another shot, and so on. Although there isn't a limit on the number of images, rather than the mosaic continually getting larger, the individual images become smaller. There is a back button so you can delete the last taken photo.
When you're happy, hit the save button. This saves your image to the camera roll. You need to head there to upload to Facebook etc. Below are examples taken using both the spiral and panorama methods.
GridPic ProsVery easy to use
Unlimited number of pictures
GridPic ConsNo direct sharing within the app to Facebook, Flickr etc.
Can't use pictures that are already in your camera roll
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The GridPic App is available from the iTunes Store for £0.69. For more information please visit the GridPic website.