Bazaart, a universal app made for the iPhone and iPad just received the biggest update to date. The famous collage app that syncs with Pinterest now comes with the ability to manually cut out images and add photos from your camera library. If you never used Bazaart before, the app enables you to pull images from Pinterest and reassemble them in the form of a collage. Prior to the update, users were limited in terms of what they could actually do with the images. For example, a cut tool was available that enabled you to potentially cut out the background of an image, but this functionality was limited to one tap. In some cases, the background was never entirely removed, and you were left with a partial removal of the background. Or, in other instances, the image itself would be cut away. Some of us who were a bit more clever found a way to make this work by choosing images with a solid background.
However, you don't have to worry about that anymore. The newest update to Bazaart, version 1.8.0, now enables you to cut out images manually, giving you higher levels of customization. And, while this is great, the update also comes with the ability to import photos from your camera roll. While Pinterest is a great resource for images, it was the only resource for importing images into your collage projects. If you had photos that were not on Pinterest, you had to manually import them into Pinterest and then add them to your project. This was time consuming. Now, if you have images that are not stored on Pinterest, you can import them straight from your library.
Bazaart is arguably the most fun and exciting way to create art and to share your work online with others. Pinterest offers a plethora of images, and now with access to your camera roll, the sky is the limited. If you haven't tried it, I highly recommend it! Below is a gallery of some Bazaart collages I created. Download Bazaart today!
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