Pizap for iPhone, by Digital Pallette, is a very easy to use collage and silly photo editing app. The Pizzap photo editor allows you to take a photo, choose from loads of different filtering effects, add text, and add stickers in the form of very creepy smiles and noses as well as hats and other accessories.
This app also allows you to add borders and even a photo inside a photo! Collages are easier to make and you can add all sorts of options. Let's diver deeper into what this app has to offer with our Pizap app review.
The collage creator in Pizap allows you to not only make a nice scrapbook of photo’s, but because you can add text, you can also easily create your own comic using photos of friends and family. You can change the shape of the collages really easily as the app comes tons and tons of pre-sets.
There are also hundreds of backgrounds to choose from, which is very handy if you want to create your own postcard or invitation. All of your creations can easily be saved on your photo roll, sent to contacts as an email and as easily shared on Facebook.
So many options, I don’t know where to start!
Pizap offers so many different options in doing silly things with your photos, but it doesn’t allow you any photo editing that you would want from any serious photo app.
You can add filters, rotate and crop, but that is about it. The rest of the options are silly and creative stuff, like adding text, a background and some silly stickers.
Most of the options are put in this app specifically for kids and teenage girls, as one of the example photos is simply edited in a way like the Japanese photo booths allow you too. The app is designed for iPad, is very quick and doesn’t take much space on your device.
Pizap has turned out to be a really fun app for girls between 5 and 16. Beyond that, the options are just not in-depth enough, but there is some fun to be had. If you are a creative person, you’ll surely get some fun out of it, and as it’s free and not too big, I’m sure the investment will be worth checking this app out.
Not having this designed for iPhone is a bit of a missed opportunity, but who knows, maybe that is coming in a future update. The app is currently very well rated, but I suspect these ratings come from the target audience.
Anyone looking for a serious photo editor should shy away from this product and probably look in the paid section of the App Store.
Cherry is a hard-working writer and an aspiring web designer who can't go a day without using her favorite apps. She's always on the lookout for new apps and enjoys discovering ones that others have overlooked.