MONTHLYCOLLAGE: Instagram Users Cherish Photo Memories With MonthlyCollage
Free online service sends users a monthly collage of their Instagram photos each month
London - 25 August 2015 - Inkly has launched a free online service called MonthlyCollage. Instagram users can sign up to receive an attractive collage of their Instagram photos which is automatically generated and e-mailed to them each month.
By visiting www.monthlycollage.com and entering their Instagram username, their collage for the latest month will be displayed on screen and can be shared on their social media channels, as well as being e-mailed to them. They will continue to receive an e-mail each month with their snaps, as a nice reminder of the month gone by.
Users will also shortly be able to order physical prints of their collages and subscribe to receive them automatically in the post each month.
Each collage layout is unique with every photo the user has taken in the last month included. One tile displays the month and year, and tile size of each photo will be prioritised based on likes received on Instagram - the most liked photos will appear the biggest in the collage.
Lee Hawkins, co-founder of Inkly, said: “Instagram users take so many incredible photos each month that are often forgotten. We wanted to find a unique way of celebrating those photos, being able to display them in a convenient, attractive way, and to share with your friends.”
This is the third product to be added to Inkly’s growing portfolio, alongside Inkly (the popular handwritten greetings cards and photo editing app) and the recently launched Tiles App (an Instagram lock screen app for android devices).
More information can be found on the website at http://monthlycollage.com/.
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“Instagram users take so many incredible photos each month that are often forgotten. We wanted to find a unique way of celebrating those photos, being able to display them in a convenient, attractive way, and to share with your friends„ Lee Hawkins, co-founder of Inkly