Now available in the Apple App Store!
Universal App works on Apple iPad, iPad Pro and iPhone.
Never struggle to mount picture frames onto your wall again!
Use FrameN to calculate the proper mount positions on a wall for any picture frame.
Now you can easily add pictures to your wall by specifying the picture frame width and height. Next specify the frame mount positions on the back of the picture from left to right by entering the X (how far in from the left) and Y (how far down from the top) positions for each mount. Leave the second mount position blank for a single mount frame (like a center mount).
FrameN also allows the use of photos from the Camera Roll so you can view the actual pictures on a wall before mounting them. FrameN draws everything to scale whether you’re using an iPhone, iPad or iPad Pro which allows you to verify the separation of the pictures when mounted.
– Configurable Wall Size
– Configurable Pictures and Sizing
– Import your own pictures onto the wall from the Camera Roll
– Multiple Picture Hanging Options (Even Spacing; Top Align; Bottom Align; Step; Eye Height)
– Configurable Horizontal Offset (between Pictures)
– Configurable Top Offset (use +/- for below or above center push)
– Supports US and Metric Measurements
– Support for 1 or 2 Mounts on a Frame
– Pictures Drawn to Scale
– Mount positions shown on screen and in the Picture Frame Popup
– Picture Center Coordinates Shown on Screen
1. Wall Refresh – Brings up the Wall Configuration
2. Mount Positions on the wall are shown on the main screen for convenience.
3. Picture frames are shown on the wall with their center coordinates
1. Done button accepts the changes
2. US Feet, US Inch or Metric
3. Name of the wall that appears in the master
4. Wall width – can be specified various ways and will convert appropriately
5. Wall height
6. Horizontal offset (between picture frames)
7. Top offset (also used as center offset and can take + or – numbers)
8. Horizontal Center; Horizontal Fit (even spacing); or Horizontal Offset (using the Horizontal Offset number) – See Horizontal Calculations Below.
9. Center (align center); Top (align to the top using the top offset); Btm (align frame bottoms using the top offset); Step (stair step the frames); Rule 57 (align at 57″ high from the ground)
10. List of picture frames on the wall
11. Add a new picture frame to the wall
12. Remove a picture frame from the wall
Picture Frame Configuration:
The Picture Frame configuration can be accessed by tapping on a picture on the wall. This action will bring up a configuration dialog for setting the picture frame properties as shown below.
1. Done button accepts the changes
2. Move through the other pictures on the wall using the +/- buttons. The picture number is displayed next to them.
3. Name of the picture frame that appears in the wall configuration
4. Reset photo in frame to the generic blue with gold trim. Use this button to stop using a previously selected picture from your photo library.
5. Picture frame width – can be specified various ways and will convert appropriately
6. Picture frame height
7. Mount 1 X and Y coordinates. See Mount Coordinates below for more information on setting these.
8. Mount 2 X and Y coordinates. Leave 0 (zero) if this picture has a center mount.
9. The calculated wall mount coordinates for mount 1 are displayed here.
10. The calculated wall mount coordinates for mount 2 are displayed here.
11. Tap the picture frame here to import a photo of your picture from your camera roll. Use the Photos app to crop the photo down to just the picture frame.
Add and Delete buttons allow for adding and removing picture frames on the wall. Delete will remove the current picture frame being viewed and Add will create a new picture frame.
– Mount coordinates on the wall are to be measured from Left to Right and Bottom to Top
– Mount coordinates on the picture frame are measured from the Left and top sides of the frame to the mount position
Horizontal Center: Center pictures evenly around the middle of the wall. Horizontal offsets may be different if all pictures are not the same size.
Horizontal Fit: Evenly space all pictures on the wall which could result in off-center placement on the wall.
Horizontal Offset: Use the user-defined horizontal offset to space the pictures away from each other.
Placement and Stacking:
If all pictures do not fit horizontally on the wall, FrameN will attempt to fit them through stacking based on the following rules:
– Portrait pictures are not stacked
– Pictures are stacked from left to right but may move based on the presence of a portrait picture
– Spacing is still based on the Horizontal rules listed above only it is applied to the stacked pictures.