PhotoChop is an app that allows you to chop up your photos and place them in crazy backgrounds. You can easily fool people into thinking that you we at the Pyramids of Egypt or being chased by a polar bear. Best of all, it's really easy to use.
No and Yes. There is no quick menu item to add another item to your picture, but you can click on the "Save" folder at the bottom and choose "Save as a New Background." What this does is embed your photo into the existing background pic so you can add another photo. Because of this, you need to make sure you have that photo in the right place before you save it.
By simply saving your creation to your camera roll, you open up an array of possibilities on how to send your creation to your friends, family or to firstname.lastname@example.org. We highly recommend our Picfree app as the best choice for this task.
Sometimes, when using both of your fingers to either zoom, size or move, you can flick the image off the screen. That's okay though, you can always tap "Undo" at the bottom of the screen to get back to where you were.
Keep going, Keep going. We know there's a limit, but we just like to say keep going until you've zoomed until you are where you want to be. We've added this zoom in functionality for erasing granularity. The closer you are into someone's face, the less you are likely to cut-off their ear. Have some fun and be creative with this.
You can click on the "Save" folder at the bottom and choose "Save as a New Background." This will allow you to add other photos on top of one of your creations. There is no limit to this that we have found.
There isn't a way to uninstall just one custom background. If you uninstall the entire app and then reinstall it, your "custom" background will go away -- but then any other custom backgrounds you have created will go away too.