Playface Pro – The Ultimate Photo Booth for iPhone

Playface Pro is an funniest app for your iPhone 3GS, an iPhone 4 or an iPod. With Playface Pro, share your best silly faces with your friends. Snap amazing photos and record incredible videos using dozens of hilarious and surprising effects. Playface Pro works like a distorting mirror: choose your effects, smile and enjoy with this. This is an iphone app review. Checkout more detail bellow.

Playface Pro - The Ultimate Photo Booth
Playface Pro on the App Store Link
Description :
★ Distortion effects to make the most hideous faces: Squeeze, Stretch, Twirl… Try them all!
★ Color effects to get in another world: Old Photo, X-ray, Manga, Thermal Camera and many more.

And because fun shouldn’t have limits, each effect is adjustable with a touch of a finger: pinch, turn, swipe the screen ; it’s really intuitive.

Create! Playface Pro allows you to combine two effects! One distortion effect + one color effect = over 300 possibilities! It will take you hours to try them all! And if you like surprises, shake to shuffle them.

Snap hundreds of photos, record incredible movies and share them!
You can send your creations to your friends on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and by email. Everyone will see your best faces!
But that’s not all! Do you want to see the other Playface Pro users’ best photos? Check out directly within the app or in any web browser:!


★ Front and rear camera support
★ Live effects
★ Over 300 possibilities
★ Reshape effects with fingers
★ Shake to shuffle
★ Share your photos and videos on, Facebook, Youtube, Twitter and email

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Effects include: Squeeze, Mirror, Twirl, Kaleidoscope, Dent, Ripple, Stretch, Black & White, Old photo, Sketch, Cartoon, X-Ray,Thermal Camera, Night Vision, Manga, Pop Art and many more!

Note: for technical reasons, Playface Pro needs an iPhone 3GS, an iPhone 4 or an iPod Touch 4g to run.

• Category : Photo
• Price : $0.99
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Imrul Haque is Product Engineer at TheTechJournal. He writes about new products and covers mobile apps. You can reach him on Twitter And Google+.

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