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Imagination Unlimited Enables InstaFrame Photo Collage Maker for Intel® Atom™ Tablets for Android*

The creative photography app is now accessible to mobile device users.

SAN JOSE, Calif., Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- A recent announcement from the development team at Imagination Unlimited has revealed that its useful picture collage app, InstaFrame Photo Collage Maker, is now compatible with Intel® Atom™ tablets for Android*.  Users of this device can now easily download and implement the app, which will allow them to create collages from personal digital photos, instantly.

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InstaFrame Photo Collage Maker offers creative fun and productivity for long-time fans of photography, as well as those new to the craft.  The app allows collages to easily be created, using highly-customized edits, allowing many options available to enhance photo quality.  Users can play around with the photos, trying different effects and framing methods, while perfecting the look they have in mind.  Completed collages can be saved to the device, and also shared with friends.

The detailed editing options are more easily and precisely used than ever on Android* tablets.  The mobility of the device allows quick access to edit photos while on-the-go, whether it's while a user is exploring a new vacation destination, capturing photos at a child's birthday party, or celebrating at a relative's wedding.  Collages of the event can be produced and shared even during the actual event.  The Intel® Developer Zone assisted in the app's new compatibility by providing code, support, and troubleshooting during the optimization process.

Adam Wu, founder of Imagination Unlimited, said, "Our collaborative efforts with Intel were at-ease and beneficial to both our company, and the fanbase of our useful photography app.  We're really happy that our users will get the best out of our product on their Android* tablets."

InstaFrame Photo Collage Maker is available for immediate download at the Google Play Store:

About Imagination Unlimited

Imagination Unlimited (IU-Apps), founded in 2011, is a leading mobile application developing company, and made a name as one of the key companies that helped popularize the use of photo collages, assemblages of images that effectively bring up one's big and little moments.

Since its founding, IU-Apps has focused on bringing everyone the best experience in easily creating stylish multimedia contents and conveniently sharing them with their friends and family. With several popular photo applications under its belt now, IU-Apps continues to develop more creative yet readily comprehensible new products to deliver more fun and joy to everyone across all age ranges.

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About the Intel Developer Zone

The Intel Developer Zone supports independent developers and software companies of all sizes and skill levels with technical communities, go-to-market resources and business opportunities. To learn more about becoming an Intel® Software Partner, join the Intel Developer Zone.  For more information, visit:

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