Review: Free Photo Editor Lets You Create Collages Using Both Photos and Videos

There are a lot of free photo editor apps out there that let you create collages from your photos, but I found one that lets you also include videos. The appropriately named Photo & Video Collage (free) from Bits & Coffee lets you edit pictures and videos together in a collage. The photo editor app offers assorted collage formats, for free, with more options available by upgrading.

P & V Collage

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You can also add music from your library or even record audio to play back while your collage is displayed. There are numerous options for configuring the border around the images as well. They also include a version for the Mac, sold separately.

P & V Collage

Pros

  • Not just for photos
  • Assorted collage formats
  • Works with videos too
  • Add music from your library or record audio
  • Mac version available separately

Cons

  • Need to pay for premium features

Final Verdict

Photo & Video Collage could be a great way to put those holiday videos and photos to full effect, rather than sharing them the old fashioned way.

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