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Once you've picked a layout, you can choose a different picture for each pane, add effects, and then share it with friends and social networks.
There are two pages of six layouts each for a total of 12. I really think there should be more layouts to choose from, but fortunately you can move the separators for a little bit of customization.
My first attempt at cloning wasn't perfect, but if you plan the shots well and keep your iPhone in the same spot, it can work beautifully. Special thanks to Jaymar Cabebe for playing along.
You can make some really interesting shots by changing the filters on each of the different panes.
When you're finished you can save to your camera roll and send by e-mail, or you can send your Split Pic to Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, and others.