"The 1,500 users surveyed named Adobe Spark, Canva and Pic Collage as the top creative mobile apps."
"Pic Collage is more of a virtual pinboard than the grid-template-heavy setups like Photo Grid, but it is buttery smooth. The app's general interface evokes a playful and fun emotion, characterized by gesture controls, hand-drawn icons, and lots of bright, spring-season color schemes."
"Whether you're 6 or 106, you'll find the free Pic Collage app an excellent way to dress up your photo collection and share your handiwork."
"PicCollage is essentially a layer on top of image collection and sharing tools like Pinterest, Tumblr or Instagram. It lets users take the images they’ve so lovingly collected, remix them together, add stickers and text, and then upload to various social outlets again. To date, the app has seen 35 million downloads."
"To drive awareness of Oct. 24 release of Universal Pictures’ spooky movie Ouija, MediaSpike has created ads that are a core part of the PicCollage user experience."
"It could be the fastest way you'll ever find to organize a batch of photos."
"You can impress your mother, brag to your co-workers, and make your vacation look even better than it really was, all before you pack your suitcase to return home."