Social Collage Pro 1.3.1


Create Photo Collages, Posters & Cards from Instagram & Facebook Images. One-click import. 84 beautiful templates.
Social Collage is a fantastic new Mac OS X app that allows you to take images from Instagram, Facebook, or your harddisk and automatically generate collages or life posters out of them.

You have all these great vacation, travel, life pictures in your social networks, but getting them out and creating collages is so painful and cumbersome. Social Collage is your remedy. Quickly import the images and they’re automatically aligned in a grid. Next, enhance the design with text, shapes, gradients, colors, cliparts and more. Make it your own. Finally, order it as a print product, or export & share it.

You can order images by date or likes, only show the most liked or commented images, automatically crop uneven images, add padding, borders, and much more.

– One-Click Import of Photos from:
– Instagram Profiles
– Instagram Tags
– Local Images
– Print & Share
– Order Cards and Posters
– Export as PDF or Image
– Print on your Printer
– Share on Facebook & others
– 84 Beautiful Templates (more to come!)

– Built-in Printing service
– Order as Posters or Cards
– Can handle up to 5.000 images
– Automatically crop non-quadratic images
– Proof document before sharing / printing
– Built-In documentation
– Each collage can combine images from different sources.
– Even more, you can remove individual images, or filter them out.

– Sort by date, likes, comments and ratio
– Define sort direction

– Filter by tags of the image
– Filter by people tagged in the image
– Filter by amount of likes
– Filter by amount of comments
– Delete specific images manually

– Order as paper Print
– Share to Facebook & others
– Export to PDF or image
– Print on local printer

Composition Engine
– Add Images, Shapes, Texts
– Manifold text format options
– Supports vector objects (PDF, EPS)
– Full Alpha Channel support
– Layer Objects in front of the collage

What's New Version 1.3.1

  • Internal changes due to an Instagram Server change which prevented Instagram logins.