Removed Flickr integration for user protection.
Ratings and Reviews
Works great, and is fun to use
It’s a dose of inspiration to just use it.
I do wish it supported “Revert To” and more lavels of Undo, but it’s great.
I’ve been a user since version 1, but 3.5.9 is destroying work
I spent six hours or so in preliminary layout on a project for my family. Then when I re-opened the file, it had lost the links to every image I had used. Tech support was not able to help. I started over in Adobe InDesign, which is less convenient for this project but at least it doesn’t trash my work.
An essential tool for family photos
I have been using Comic Life since when it was free and pre-installed on MACs and have found each version to be better than the last. Better than scrapbooking or photo books, Comic Life brings family photos to life and, when mixed with a little humor and sarcasm, a treasure that will be kept for years. I have done books for my father, friends, and family and given them as gifts and gone to their homes years later to find them still be used as coffee table books, there edges well worn, and the bindings well used. My father actually took his to his retiree get together and showed it off. The interface is simple, easy to use, and when coupled with a basic photo editor, will yield you results you will be proud of! This version is no exception and for a samll upgrade if you don’t have version 3, but have an earlier version, or under $30 for a first time purchase I think you will find it to be a tool that you will use often.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.