PicFrame helps you combine multiple photos into amazing looking frames that you can save to your computer or share to Facebook Twitter and Flickr. With 73 adjustable frames, support for up to 9 photos in a single frame, rounded corners and plenty of border patterns, you will always have a unique look.

Since PicFrame was released on the iPhone and iPad we have often been requested to create a Mac version for people to use on their desktop, well here it is! PicFrame on the Mac is just as easy to use, select a frame, drag and drop your photos in, tweak the border size, give the photos rounded corners, add a color or pattern, resize the adjustable frames and save the photo or share it to Facebook.

Main Features:
• 73 fully adjustable frames (drag the borders between each photo for endless customization)
• Support for up to 9 photos
• Save your work in progress as a PicFrame project file
• Rounded corners
• Change the border size
• Zoom and drag the photos around
• Easy color picker for border color
• Multiple patterns to use for the border
• Ratios 1:1, 3:2, 2:3, 4:3, 3:4, 16:9
• High resolution (Up to 3264x3264)
• Share to Facebook, Twitter and Flickr
• Drag and drop photos into the frame
• Touch Bar support for new MacBook Pro devices

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What’s New

Version 2.8.7

Added support for a 4:5 ratio.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
60 Ratings

60 Ratings

aliboo210 ,

Love it, but needs a couple of improvements

I do love PicFrame and use it often, but I wish that you could drag photos from one frame to another. Also, when you resize within a frame, it shifts back to the original size/position instead of just letting you make a small adjustment. But otherwise, I do like the simplicity and think it's a great program for a quick collage. (Note, I've only used it on my Mac, not on a phone or iPad, so I can't speak for that.)

jndassaro ,

First Impressions

I was desperate for a solution to quickly make photo collages. There are a great many apps for Mac OS and IOS out there. I specifically needed a Mac OS solution. I did about 3 hours of research and selected PicFrame.

I have been using it for about an hours making 4 collages. I am very impressed. While the program is not overkill as many other apps try to be, giving you every minute feature, this app simply hits the mark dead on. Incredibly simple while giving you all the needed features and leaving out fluff. I created my first collage in than two minutes, simply dragging and dropping my photos directly from Apple Photos. No need to export first. The pictures are completely repositionable within each frame, you can adjust zoom, and easily change border color. There are a ton of templates and you can change templates without having to reinsert photos. The photos are simply carried over in the new template and you can easily remove them if needed. You can save projects also. Saving a project as a jpg is super simple. Also, the app is dynamic on image placement and will automatically adjust border size in response to your photo placement.

Seropusly the best money I have spent on a Mac OS app in a while. Solved my needs immediately.

jsgrl1351 ,

Not able to print 2x3 or 3x4 pics

I bought this app yesterday. I am a scrapbooker and have read great reviews of how this app is fantastic for printing 2 2x3 or 3x4 pics on 1 4x6 paper size. Great for project life ( so i thought). I installled it on my Mac ( most current IOS) and tried a collage. Much to my dismay, it will not print a 2x3 or 3x4 on my Cannon Selphy CP1200. The pictures are way to large so only a 1\4 at most prints. The aspect ratios were changed to the correct size so that the pics would be either 2x3 or 3x4. I tried saving as a jpg and resizing, again the pic was to large and only a 1/4 printed. I have tried their FB page with no luck and see that others have had a similar issue with no response. I would not get this if you are trying to print small collage pics from a Mac. Not only is the app useless but their customer service seems to be lacking as well :(

Developer Response ,

Hi, I would recommend saving the PicFrame to a JPG first, and then opening the JPEG on your Mac in Preview and printing from there.


David Boyes
3.1 MB

OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor



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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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