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iCollage free download for Mac


Version 1.4

Stylish collage creation.

iCollage overview

iCollage allows you to easily create collages on your Mac! You can bring together your best pictures of your fondest memories in one stunning image!

iCollage allows you to have complete creative control of your collage! After choosing the pictures you want to collage, you have several editing options. You have the ability to choose the size of the picture, landscape or portrait orientation, collage background colors, rotate, scale, zoom, etc! You can also add features to your images such as text, borders and shadows.

Design options with iCollage are limitless! You can choose to have a main image with pictures around it, all images in a grid or create a random picture pile. You can choose from five distinct collage styles to group your images.

iCollage Features:

  • Customize the size of the collage
  • 6 ratio aspects to choose from
  • Add customized text, shadows and borders
  • Pan and zoom pictures within their frames
  • Drag, scale or rotate pictures
  • Arrange pile to allow the pictures you want to be on top
  • Choose a background picture, color or a transparent background
  • Choose a landscape or portrait orientation for the collage
  • Save your collage in many different formats

What’s new in version 1.4

Updated on Aug 15 2013

Version 1.4:
  • Fixed collage size to allow up to 10k by 10k pixels.





9.6 MB



App requirements

  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
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Feb 26 2013
Feb 26 2013
Version: 1.1
Stability=0. Unusable; app crashes when adding image. (1.2, 10.6.8)
Feb 11 2013
Feb 11 2013
Version: 1.1
MacUpdate gives the current version as 1.1, as dos the Developer's website - BUT, the Mac App Store gives version 1.2. Furthermore, MacUpdate gives version 1.1 a requirement as Lion (or later) - WHEREAS the Mac App Store gives v1.2 as compatible with Snow Leopard (or later).