Scrapbook Quality Photo Edging
Have you ever looked at a photo with a cool torn-paper edge and wonder how you can get that effect on your own photos? Using EasyFrame, you can apply all sorts of cool frames and edge effects to your photos in seconds.
Just open an image file, select a frame, adjust the image by dragging if necessary and save. That’s it. Instead of saving, you can even drag the framed image straight to another app (think Mail, or blogging software).
EasyFrame comes with a rich collection of built-in frames, but it also lets you very easily add your own edge effects.
“It’s simple to use, very stable and does exactly what it says that it will.”
“I just downloaded it a few minutes ago … was sold on it instantly.”
“All software should be like this. Elegant, simple and effective. Not to mention extremely reasonably priced. It really does do everything I ever needed higher-powered and clumsier apps for.”
“For adding an artistic frame around a picture EasyFrames is hard to beat.”
“lovely product have been using it for years wonderful company”
Get more info here…
Requires – Mac OS X 10.4 or later
Also from Yellow Mug Software –
This weekend’s ZOT?
April 2nd and 3rd
How many times have you tried to email a large file only to have it bounced? There is an easier way to send large files and you have just found it.
FileChute makes sending files easy. Just drag a file and drop it on FileChute. FileChute puts the file on your MobileMe account and generates a web link for retrieving the file all in one step. Next drag the generated link into your email and you’re set to go. And since what you’re sending is just a link, your recipients can retrieve the file from a Mac, a PC or any other platform.
We’ll also have a ZOT Developer Interview with Jay Teo, the man behind Yellow Mug Software. Creator of Today’s ZOT – EasyFrame
Learn more about FileChute here…