What’s it about?
Split Camera helps you take your ordinary photos and tell colourful stories with them.
By adding loads of effects, clip-art, frames, different patterns, and more, you can combine multiple photographs into fun little collages, with their own themes or stories to tell. You can easily share those photo collages with friends or family through Facebook, Twitter, Email, and all the rest. There are apps with similar functionality, but the main selling point here is simplicity and ease of use. Although, it is prone to be a bit buggy depending on the device.

People who like to inject a little bit of fun and creativity into their otherwise ordinary photo taking.
What’s it like?
PIP Camera also lets you make creative photo combos, while LINE Camera (reviewed in April) also has loads of fun digital decorations.
Split Camera – Pic Stories
Combine and tag your pictures directly from camera or picture library. This and lot more could be done with the split camera application. Effect added photo could not only be combined with each other the combining process could be stopped and resumed afterwards .
Each of us like to see pictures combined in such a way that it displaying any memorable activity or day.Online picture posting could turn out to be real fun as you could ask your friends to send you pics for completing combinations . You could even ask your friends to send suitable tag lines for the combination posted by you.

Awesome features : –

  • Open pic from gallery or directly from front camera or rear camera
  • Flash modes are available
  • Option to resume stories
  • More than 20 effects included
  • Save and share with few touches
  • Any of photo could be selected from the library and cropped to suit the need.
  • The cropped picture will b saved instantly.
  • Add title, msgs with various fonts and colours.

Share via – Instagram, Facebook, WhatsApp, Picasa, Gmail, LiveMail, DropBox, snapseed, Google plus, Digg, twitter, flickr or any other social networking service.
Combination is
This application can combine 3 to 5 photo for one combination . Use your imagination and combine photos in extremely interesting manner. The effects in this application will not only let your pictures look good but help you to share these picture on wide range of social networking sites .
The application has been tested extensively on following devices :

  1. Samsung Galaxy Note
  2. Samsung Galaxy S2
  3. Samsung Galaxy S3
  4. Moto Razr XT910
  5. Samsung Galaxy S
  6. Samsung Galaxy Y
  7. HTC Explorer
  8. HTC One V
  9. HTC One
  10. LG Optimus One
  11. LG Optimus Black
  12. Samsung Galaxy S Advance
  13. Motorola Fire XT
  14. Sony Xperia U

In order to keep the app 100% free, you will receive the following –
Search shortcut icon on your home screen,
Search shortcut on your bookmarks and browser homepage.
This will help us bring you more cool apps like this in the future.
You can delete the search shortcuts easily (Drag & Drop to the garbage), this will not affect the application in any way.

If you have a mobile that’s not on the list please inform the dev so he can add it to the list.


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Dave Thornton

Senior Editor

Senior Editor
Been involved in technology for many years, more than I care to remember. Live in Dundee, Scotland. I like Android, Windows Phone OS, BlackBerry OS and iOS, and love writing about all things techie. Currently have a Honor 6+, Elephone P6000, Nexus 5, Chrombook C720, HTC One M7, Nokia Lumina 625, Microsoft Lumia 435, Blackberry Q10, HTC Hero and iPad mini