The Google Photos app lets you merge multiple photos into one image to share on social networks like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Pinterest, for example. Natively available for Android phones and with iPhone version (iOS), the service is useful for optimizing user time, as the platform integrates with the smartphone gallery.
Remember that Google's photo system also offers unlimited backup, also available for PC. The measure saves your photos and videos and ensures that it can be accessed after a breakdown of the devices, for example. In the following tutorial, check out how to use Google Photos to create mobile collages. The procedure was performed on an iPhone 8 with Apple's iOS 12, but the tips also apply to users of devices running Google's operating system.
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Learn how to create collages with the Google Photos app. Photo: Helito Beggiora / TechTudo
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Step 1. Open Google Photos and choose the photos you want to use for collage, just press to make the selection. The platform allows you to use up to nine images. Then tap the "+" button and go to "Collage";
Easily create photo collage with the Google Photos app Photo: Reproduction / Helito Beggiora
Step 2. The collage will be created automatically and saved in the device gallery. The position of the images in the mosaic is randomly made and cannot be changed, an option to repeat the above process to the desired result. If you want to post to social networks, tap the share button in the bottom left corner of the screen and select the desired social network. Remember that those interested in adding filters and making light and color corrections can go to the edit icon next to the sharing option.
Share collage made by Google Photos on social networks Photo: Reproduo / Helito Beggiora
Ready. Take advantage of the tips for merging multiple photos into one image with the Google Photos app.
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