Picture Collage Maker – Giveaway for everyone (Win & Mac)

PictureCollageSoftware is currently running a Father’s Day giveaway for its professional Picture Collage Maker software. This software would normally sell for $29.90usd but is available free for both Windows and Mac until 17th June.

Picture Collage Maker, a simple-to-use photo collage generator that turns ordinary photos and pictures into stunning keepsakes to share with family and friends. With just a few clicks, you can create collages, scrapbooks, posters, invitations, calendars, and greeting cards. Unlike photography software that takes days to master, this powerful collage generator lets both seasoned collagers and new hobbyists become productive in minutes.

Picture Collage Maker is a powerful and easy-to-use program for creating photo collages and digital scrapbooks from your digital photos to share with friends and family.

  • 100+ gorgeous templates for many occasions help you create photo collages, scrapbooks, posters, invitations, calendars, and greeting cards, etc.
  • Edit and personalize photo collage with tons of professional effects,cliparts, frames and more.
  • Share collage via print, set as image file, email, wallpaper.

Picture Collage Maker HOME PAGE

To get your free copy, go to THIS PAGE and click on the blue Download button (the button on the left for Windows and on the right for Mac).

(The license key, to activate the software, is included in a .txt file with the download – download: 42.8MB zip).

4 thoughts on “Picture Collage Maker – Giveaway for everyone (Win & Mac)”

  1. Check out a software program named “Dynamic Auto Painter”. It does a terrific job. You can export a photograph from Photoshop or Picasa and make it into a painting. If offers many styles such as watercolor or Cezane and work by creatring brushstrokes. You cam stop the paint brush at any time. It’s amazing, better than any add-in to Photoshop. The download is a trial with an unlimited time period, it mere;y places a watermark at the bottom of ghe resulting painting.

  2. IncurableGeek

    Hey Jim,

    Much appreciate the software. Btw, I can rest assured that if your first computer was the infamous “Trash 80”, you definitely have some experience. I also see that you are using both XP (still viable for most use) and Win 7 so I know you have good judgment. Can I assume that you have no interest in Win 8? I know I don’t.

    1. You assume correctly, I do not like Win8 at all. I’ll probably have to install it sooner or later though, to meet my writing obligations.

      Cheers… Jim

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