First up, the update adds integration with the custom canvas printing service CanvasPop, in addition to the app’s integration with the postcard-sending service Sincerely. Just select the new CanvasPop option in Diptic’s share menu to upload your creation and order it on canvas, a framed print, or a poster at your preferred size.
The update also adds landscape mode support on iPhone 6 Plus, with a bonus option to change the interface layout in accordance with your handedness. You can have the collage preview on the left and the adjustment panel on the right if you’re right-handed, or vice versa if you’re left-handed.
Moreover, the latest update to Diptic includes performance and speed improvements (for up to two times faster import speed), square padding support for expandable layouts (for sending rectangle images to Instagram without cropping), and various bug fixes.
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Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 7.0 or later, Diptic is available on the App Store for $0.99, with in-app purchases offered for unlocking additional layouts and other features.
See also: First #Homescreen update lets you easily compare iPhone home screens with your friends, Polaroid takes a shot at photo-a-day journaling by rebranding Blipfoto, and Get the popular watercolor photo app Waterlogue for free through the Apple Store app.
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