❓ How can I combine images into one collage?
First, you need to add image files to combine: drag & drop your image files or click inside the white area to choose files. Then adjust layout settings and click the "Create Collage" button. When the image merge is complete, you can download your result file
❓ Can I just merge two photos?
Yes, you can merge two or more photos, and their sizes can be automatically resized to better fill the collage and reduce free space
❓ What advantage has proposed merge technique?
The advantage is the ability to style the border and control the size of the collage. You also get a choice of layouts and flexible image size adjustments. Another advantage of the application is a wide range of supported formats for import and export
🛡️ Is it safe to merge photos using free Aspose.Imaging Photo Collage Maker app?
Yes, the download link of result files will be available instantly after the combine operation is finished. We delete uploaded files after 24 hours and the download links will stop working after this time period. No one has access to your files. Image combining is absolutely safe
When a user uploads his data from the third-party service they are processed the same as above.
The only exception from the above policies is possible when the user decides to share his data via the forum requesting free support, in this case only our developers have access to them to analyze and resolve the issue.
💻 Can I combine photos on Linux, Mac OS or Android?
Yes, you can use free Aspose.Imaging Photo Collage Maker app on any operating system that has a web browser. Our image combining service works online and does not require any software installation
🌐 What browser should I use to combine photos?
You can use any modern browser to combine photos, for example, Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari
❓ Can I commercially use the resulting image?
Although our applications are free, you're not restricted to commercially using the resulting image(s), whereas avoiding violation of the third-party rights on the source image(s). For example, you may create NFT (not fungible token) from your image and try to sell it at NFT marketplaces.