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BlogStomp for mac consolidates and simplifies the complicated process of preparing images for web use, allowing you to “get out and play” faster. Resize, collage, crop, and watermark your images in one fell swoop. Create multiple styles for your blog, Facebook, gallery, or wherever you share images online. Upload to those sites all from within the app! Stand out from the crowd and personalize your stomps with text, border, color blocks and a ton of other options. BlogStomp 3 for mac is just as easy, even faster, and more fun than ever before.
BlogStomp is a cross-platform software application and isn’t dependent on Photoshop or any other specific software.
Social media integration further improves workflow efficiency by allowing you to post images to Twitter, create and post Facebook albums with Stomped images, and even create, edit and upload full blog posts directly from BlogStomp.
BlogStomp is not an image enhancement tool – the likes of Photoshop already do that pretty well. BlogStomp is a workflow tool. Pure and simple.
Blog it better. Blog it faster
- Create unique multi-image layouts.
- Batch process hundreds of images
- Re-size razor sharp web images
- Easily apply your logo/watermark
- Save custom styled image frames
- Crop images in-app
- Drag-n-drop image swapping
- Create custom stomp layouts.
- Add text to your stomps
- Add a color block to your layout
- Write and publish blog posts
- Upload to your gallery
- Create and upload Facebook albums
- Tweet a stomped image
- Stomp for Instagram
- Design and upload Facebook covers
Drag and drop
- Click-and-drag image swapping allows you full control over image placement.
Crop your images
- Crop using our preset crop ratios, or go completely freehand. It’s your call.
Custom stomp layouts
- Not finding the perfect arrangement for your photos? You tell BlogStomp how you want it to look and we’ll do all the hard maths.
Come to the Dark Side
- Ease eye strain with day and night modes.
- Crop for Instagram and Facebook’s cover image.
- Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.
OS X 10.7 or later