PhotoGrid is one of the famous cell phone applications that empower individuals to make changes to their photographs and recordings so it shows up in a more imaginative manner.
It’s generally used to combine many pictures into one. Although this photograph-altering feature is presently installed on a few social media platforms, for example, Instagram and Twitter, they are extremely restricted.
This application was first launched on the first of August, 2012, and has encountered extraordinary accomplishments from that point forward.
Each phone has an application store, where clients can download applications voluntarily. The iPhone has the App Store, while the Android utilizes the Google Play Store.
Why was Photogrid removed from the Play store?
At the time of the launch of PhotoGrid, it was made accessible on both the App Store and the Google Play Store. Sadly, in 2020, Google eliminated PhotoGrid from the play store on the grounds that its maker abused their advertising policies, making it inaccessible for Android users.
However, the application is as yet accessible in Android Application Package (APK) for all android clients on www.apkmirror.com, ww.apkpure.com, and others. iPhone users still have access to the application in their App Store.
Written By : Randy Osei Akoto Citixen