Automatically stitch your screenshots into one long image with Tailor.
Ever wanted to share a conversation with a friend, but it wouldn't fit in one screenshot? With Tailor you can! Just take a few overlapping screenshots and Tailor will magically align and stitch them together for you. No more manual alignment, cropping, or blurry stitches.
Tailor works with other apps too! Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, websites, and even your favorite Twitter app will work with Tailor. Just take some overlapping screenshots and Tailor will stitch them together for you.
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- Tailor's ready for iOS 14, as well as iPhone 12!
- Tailor is exclusively switching to first party ads. With this update, Tailor contains ZERO data collection.
- Tailor is now much smarter about finding screenshots. It'll stitch screenshots from all devices, including your Apple Watch!
- Miscellaneous other bug fixes.
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Need Manual Option Please
I had high hopes for this app, but as it is— it is currently useless for me. To be fair, the concept is brilliant (hence 3 stars). But I desperately need the ability to *manually* stitch screenshots together.
For example, for a genealogy project, I took a screenshot of a webpage (via safari app) which was a list of people with obituaries that is hosted by a county library. I used markup to hide or crop out extraneous info, added a text box to add the url (so I can reference later), and then went to the ancestry app to grab the source citation info and unfortunately I was unable to copy the text. So I had to do another screenshot of that information. Once again, I cropped out the clutter and used markup to cover up stuff I don’t want. Now I want to merge the two. But they are from two different sources so there is no overlap. 😞
Another example. Old screenshots without enough overlap could still be stitched manually.
Adding this manual function would extend the utility of this app exponentially.
Adding other tools like markup, or the pixelating tool (Skitch), and other useful options would be genius. 💗
So for now, I’ll have to go look for some other app to do this, but your concept is excellent— please continue to build upon it and I’ll happily revise my review.
I hope the developer(s) will kindly consider these suggestions. 😊
Not great—and *definitely* not the best
In my various hours of use and trials, I have found Tailor to not be very easy to use. In one sense, the app does too much for you. It’s difficult to modify whatever stitching determination the app reaches—you seemingly have to delete the original screenshots and then re-screenshot whatever images you’d like to stitch. Moreover the app is not very feature-rich. You seemingly cannot modify stitching alignments, choose the stitched photo organization, and you’re limited to only one type of stitching: the “scrollshot” stitching style as determined by the Tailor app logic.
There is a better app in terms of functionality, called Picsew, which I randomly stumbled upon and instantly loved. Ease of use, in addition to additional features (like modifying stitching alignments, determine stitching organization, multiple stitching varieties [e.g., scrollshot, vertical, horizontal], ability to stitch any photos [including non-screenshot photos], etc.), makes it much better than Tailor.
Assurance of authenticity: I have no affiliation whatsoever with Picsew (or Tailor), nor have I been asked, endorsed, paid, contracted with, incentivized, or otherwise, by Picsew to write this post. This post is a genuine review based on my personal experiences, and nothing more.
I love the app when it stitch’s correctly - the obvious stated. However lately when I take say 5 screen shot with an appropriate amount of overlay I will get 2 stitches, the first from 2 screen shots and the second from the last 3, or some combination of 1:4, 2:3, 3:2, 4:1, etc.
The problem mostly happens when there is a fixed area of the screen that doesn’t change like a header area. I take the first screenshot, then scroll the page leaving an appropriate amount of overlay under the header and take take another screen shot. I do the same day for the example above 5 times. Next, I go to my iPhone XS MAX and crop the first image at the bottom to remove the thumb bar to slide the app up. Then I move through the images cropping the top header off and cropping off the bottom thumb bar to slide the app up. The only success I have is 2 stitches in the combinations I mentioned above.
Another thing is once the app doesn’t get the images stitched right you can’t go back and tweak your croppings. It must look at the dates on the images and not reuse them. It only looks for new images forward to stitch together. As a developer I understand why that’s done yet there has to be a solution that enables you to reset a set of images allowing you to tweak and recrop the set and restitch them.
I think the app has great potential.
I am grateful for the work you put into this and believe it will be one of the top apps I use.
I can’t wait to see further releases.
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- 25.6 MB
- Photo & Video
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
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