Diptic from Peak Systems allows you to quickly and easily combine multiple photos on your iDevice into multi-panel images called “diptychs”, “triptychs”, or “quadtychs”. It has tools to easily perform basic image adjustments within the app. It’s a great way to tell a story with multiple images in a photo.

The Diptic 3.0 update was released today. The update has minor bug fixes and performance improvements. It also adds great, seamless, two-way integration with Facebook and Flickr.

Diptic 3.0 has all of the features of previous updates, including support for full-device resolution on iPhones and iPod Touch devices. Expandable layouts are still available as an optional in-app purchase.

The new social media features easily and seamlessly blend in with the Diptic user interface. The new features allow you to use any images from your Flickr or Facebook accounts as if they were in your photo library. On a fast connection, such as WiFi, it’s fast and there’s virtually no lag importing the images, allowing you to have access to far more images than you remember to sync to your iDevice.

Diptic is a great app and this ability to easily grab images from the cloud is a pretty cool new feature.

You can now also share your finished diptychs to Facebook,Flickr, and Posterous from within the app.

Diptic is a universal app that currently works on any iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad running iOS 3.0 or newer. It’s $1.99 in the App Store. The Expandable Layouts feature is an additional $0.99 in-app purchase.

Diptic - Peak Systems