Diptic – Temporarily Free

Hugely popular, Diptic helps you easily combine multiple photos and apply artistic effects to create exceptional photo collages that can be shared with friends and family via email, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Tumblr or Posterous. With 14 filters, rounded borders and 52 customizable layouts, there are unlimited options to create unique images.

This app usually retails for $0.99/£0.69 but today you can pick it up for free. Click here to download.

 

Features

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• 52 standard layouts (one to five photos in each layout)
• Frame slider lets you customize inner frame dimensions
• 14 filters (requires iOS5)
• Adjust border color and width
• Create rounded inner and outer borders with a slider that lets you control curvature
• Create Diptics using photos you snap on the spot with your iPhone or iPad camera, photos from your camera roll, or import photos from Facebook or Flickr 
• Shake to clear functionality on every screen lets you easily clear settings/photos and start over
• Pan, rotate, mirror and zoom individual photos
• Adjust brightness, contrast, hue and color saturation for each image
• Send Diptics directly to Instagram and any app that accepts JPGs (Camera+, Filterstorm, Dropbox, Evernote, GoodReader, etc.) 
• Share Diptics via email or send to Facebook, Flickr, Twitter (must have iOS5 for Twitter export), Posterous Community or Tumblr
• High resolution export option for all devices and large high resolution for iPhone 4S and iPad 3
• iPad 3 Retina Display
• Random Layout Selection: Can’t choose? Use this feature to randomly select one of 52 layouts
• Random Photo Selection: Roll the dice to randomly select photos from your camera roll
• Gallery Mode lets you see what other people are creating with Diptic
• Optional Expandable Layouts (in-app purchase) lets you adjust outer dimensions

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About Joanne Carter

Joanne Carter is the Founder and Editorial Director of TheAppWhisperer.com. A Professional Photographer and Associate of the British Industry of Professional Photographers, BIPP, as well as a Professional Journalist, specializing in Photography. Joanne is also a Columnist for Vogue Magazine and is Contributing Editor to LensCulture.