"Random Photo Selection is a fun tool because you never know what pictures it will use to make the collage. It’s a great way to look at old photos and create funny photo collages," said Rob Reinhardt, Peak Systems' director of mobile apps.
Seattle, Wash. (PRWEB) February 03, 2012
Peak Systems, a full service web and mobile development firm, announced that it has released an update of Diptic. A top ten paid photography app on the iTunes Store, Diptic lets users combine multiple photos to create a collage.
Responding to customer requests, the new version has a single-frame and five-frame layouts, which more than double the amount of standard layouts (from 21 to 52). In addition to more layouts, the new version has unique features that no other photo-collaging app has: Random Photo Selection and Random Layout Selection. Designed with the indecisive user in mind, Random Layout Selection randomly picks one of the 52 available layouts. Similarly, Random Photo Selection randomly pulls photos from the user’s camera roll to create the Diptic.
“Random Layout and Photo Selection are really fun, unique features that we think our users will enjoy,” said Rob Reinhardt, Peak Systems’ director of mobile apps. “Random Photo Selection is an entertaining tool because you never know what pictures it will use to create the collage. It’s a great way to look at old photos, reminisce, and create some funny photo collages.”
More information about the update is available on the Diptic blog: dipticapp.posterous.com
This update is available as a free download to all iOS Diptic owners. Diptic is available in the U.S. for $.99 and is priced accordingly in other regions. Diptic is compatible with iPhone, iPad and IPod Touch, and it is available worldwide from the iTunes Store or at http://www.dipticapp.com.
Established in 2000 and headquartered in Seattle, Peak Systems is a full service firm that builds custom web-based solutions, with specialties in mobile applications, web design and enterprise application development. Peak Systems’ mobile applications have been featured by Apple’s App Store, Macworld, Tuaw, and other thought leaders in the industry.