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Description

Create Instagram grid photos, easy and quick!.

Split your photos into tiles and post to Instagram as a big photo collage in 4 simple steps.

[Steps] -
1: upload photo.
2: choose a grid option (1x3, 2x3 or 3x3).
3: save to camera roll and share to Instagram or
4: share to Instagram directly from the app

Once your profile looks good after posting grid images to your Instagram profile, followers will be impressed and more will follow your profile.

Download now and have fun!

What’s New

Version 5.4.0

Hello there,

In this update we have fixed a minor bug and improved UI.

Thank you for using the app.

As always, happy splitting...

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
1 Rating

1 Rating

BarneyDolan ,

Love the app, could you…

… add an option to split an image into 2 parts as well?

Wesssssss 12345 ,

Can't find app in my settings

It says it needs permission to save image to camera roll so it directs me to my settings but I can't find the app anywhere is my settings? Am I missing something? Get back to me asap or I'm gonna have to rate it 1 star.

Edit: issue fixed

App does what it says so I guess five star worthy

Developer Response ,

Please send us your concern to sandya.leelarathne@gmail.com. So we will be able to help you more easily. Thanks.

Edit 1: We found there is a issue which you are facing right now. We have fixed it and will
be with you shortly.

Edit 2: Please update to version 1.0.4.

Thanks for your patience.

RandySurf ,

Dear Developer

I’ve noticed that when I split my high resolution images, from my Nikon, into 3 images, your app seems to be putting a faint horizontal line across the full length of the images, about a third of the way down the image. This prevents me from using your app for my professional photography.

Sorry for this negative feedback. But I hope you are able to fix this.

I also have an enhancement idea to make the app easier to use. When “starting over”, and selecting images from camera roll, keep the user in their images where they were previously selecting a photo. For those of us with lots of images, this would be super handy. There’s an app called Afterlight that does this well I think.

Developer Response ,

Hello RandySurf,

Thank you for your review.

We have not tested the images from DSLR before with the app. Thank you for letting us your concern. We will try our level best to address your issue as soon as possible.

Also, thank you for your enhancement idea. Really appreciate it. We have not tried the app you mentioned. We will try the app and do our level best to implement the idea you have provided.

Thank you again for your feedback and rating.

App Privacy

The developer, Sandya Leelarathne, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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  • Family Sharing

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

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