App fills in the holes in Apple’s iPhone 5C case design

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When it was announced, Apple’s swiss cheese-esque case for the iPhone 5C was the butt of many a joke. Some simply couldn’t believe such a questionable design made it all the way to the production phase to begin with. For those that want to add some purpose to what seem like random cutouts in a piece of silicon, there is CaseCollage.

CaseCollage is an app designed to do one thing and one thing only: create a spread of tiny circular images that can be printed and applied to the back of the iPhone 5C, giving us something that attempts to be a little bit nicer to look at than what Apple initially came up with. The results might not be much better, but at least the issue of the half-covered iPhone branding has been eliminated.

Users can choose from their own images or images imported from Facebook, Instagram, Picasa, and Flickr. There are also a number of included typographical and design-oriented graphics to choose from. Then you simply save your creation, print, and say goodbye to your ugly case forever. Or skip the first two steps and just say goodbye to an ugly case and find another option.

[iTunes via Gizmodo]

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  • http://www.isource.com/ brandon

    Or you could… you know, just not buy the case and put your money into something you actually like.

  • Edgar Cervantes

    I want one with many pictures of me doing the “blue steel” pose. With a different-colored shirt in every hole. LOL