Not happy with your “holey” iPhone 5c case? The newly released CaseCollage app is here to help you out.

When Apple unveiled its $29 multi-holed silicon rubber cases for the iPhone 5c during its special media event last month, the accessories weren’t immediately called out for a particular design flaw that they happen to have. But as was soon pointed out, some of the holes on the cases awkwardly show “hon” from “iPhone” and other parts of the iPhone 5c’s labels and regulatory symbols.

Well, CaseCollage offers a creative and colorful way to conceal this design flaw and, at the same time, to add more personality to your iPhone 5c case.

CaseCollage lets you use the iPhone 5c case holes as frames for different images, colors, letters, and patterns. It then lets you print your creation so that you can put it underneath your case. See it in action in the video below:

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CaseCollage has the following key features:

  • Add and arrange photos from your phone, Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, or Picasa
  • 250+ colors, letters, patterns, and clipart
  • 35 circle-spaces to arrange and create your design
  • Share your CaseCollage with friends and family
  • Print a copy for your own case or for others

Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch running iOS 7.0 or later, CaseCollage is available now in the App Store for free. Optional in-app purchases are provided for unlocking additional color, font, icon, and pattern packs.