Articles tagged with: Diptic
Diptic for iPhone and iPad is FREE in the App Store for a limited time. It’s normally $0.99. If you don’t already have this highly-recommended app, download it now.
PicFrame 2.0 hit the App Store recently and brings a bunch of new standard features, as well as new options available as an in-app purchase.
Frame Magic isn’t new, but it’s on special for free right now, down from $0.99. It’s not a great multi-panel photo app like Diptic or PicFrame, but for free, it’s good enough.
The new Diptic 4.1 update just released now also has the hook that shares your creations straight to Instagram with one click, bypassing the camera roll.
Barely out two weeks and already PicFrame has been updated with new features. Version 1.1 recently hit the app store and adds a few new features to this multi-frame app that we recently reviewed. For the new update, Life In LoFi has some free promo codes for PicFrame to give away.
PicFrame is a new frame/diptych app from New Zealand’s ActiveDevelopment, the makers of picfx. Use it to join multiple photos into one multi-image frame — a diptych, triptych or quadtych. It’s a very good multi-panel photo creator that stacks up well against the excellent Diptic.
The Diptic 3.0 update was released today. The update has minor bug fixes and performance improvements. It also adds excellent, seamless, two-way integration with Facebook and Flickr.
The Diptic 2.0 update now supports greater than full resolution of your iPhone. The update has now gone live in the App Store. Expandable Layouts are now available as an in-app purchase.
The forthcoming update to Diptic will support full device resolution on your iPhone. The new update will be a huge improvement and also includes other user-requested features.
Diptic is a popular photo app that lets you quickly and easily combine multiple photos to create a new image. A couple of cryptic tweets posted recently lead me to believe that a high-resolution version of the app is coming soon.