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Facebox Android App Review

Facebox Android App Review

Facebox Android App Review

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Remember those fun web-browser apps in which you can stretch people’s faces? Now you can do just the same thing with your android phone! Facebox allows you to either capture a picture of a friend’s face or choose one from your gallery in order to stretch it. This is done by dragging your fingers across the screen which warps the image – and due to the fact that most Android handsets have touchscreens, it seems the perfect platform for an app like this. You can save your masterpiece afterwards and even share it via facebook, Picasa, Tumblr, email and many more social sites and apps.

The only thing slightly wrong with this app is that the interface can lag a bit at times, but this is only minor. The supply of photos you can warp is endless – either take your own or download pictures of celebrities etc. – so you will get a huge amount of fun from Facebox. Laugh the day away by making your friends and colleagues look silly!

Rating: ★★★★☆

Android Description

The “facebox” is a realtime face editor, with “facebox”, your photos can be more funny and amazing!
You don’t need to know any Photoshop skills, just warp, stretch any face image by your fingers.
There is a face effect library to provide you many default funny effects, also you can add your own effects to the library, then apply these effects to your image just need one step, I call this “One-key twisting” :)
Once you have finished your face edit, you can share the image with your friends very easily.

Features:
- Supports open images from gallery.
- Supports take photos.
- Supports multi-point editing
- save face effects and styles

Will improve in future versions:
- Realtime face detection camera
- Face make up
- More faster and easy to use.

Known issue:
facebox supports multi-touch features, so android 1.6 can’t run this app well

Requires Android:
1.6 and up

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