Not ready for prime time. Has potential though. Do like that it supports PSD. And tons of decent templates.
- no ability to save work-in-progress, including reference to assets, for resuming task later, so it's a one-time only effort to create a collage; that is a total deal-breaker and I will not be using Choco until it addresses this glaring omission
- no obvious ability to 'shake' up a collage to automatically fit new frames, or to randomise frames, as though throwing down images and see where they land
- should be able to point to a folder of images and have them automatically fill the frames in a random manner, then be able to swap them around
I keep attempting to find Mac replacements for Windows apps, as I am a tweener currently moving from Windows to Mac, and wish Mac developers would look to the established Windows apps that do things such as this extremely well. I suggest you look at LumaPix FotoFusion. They have it right. Most unfortunately they don't, as yet, have a Mac version (though they have attempted it with a Wine-like deployment, which absolutely sucks).
So, for now, Choco (not sure what the significance is of the name, but hardly intuitive for the task it does, so perhaps a re-think on that too) is not up to par. It's at version 1, so hopefully the developers are keen to make it the best collage app around, and listen.
So long for now. I'll get my chocolate (collage) fix elsewhere for now.
Thank you. All the best...