Fatten Face – Fat Face

Fatten Face – Fat Face

People always want to know how they will look like when they get older, fatter or both. While the results you get may not always be the truth, they might as well be very close to it. In any case this is a sure way to have fun anytime, anywhere.

Fatten Face – Fat Face, a new application on Google Play, promises to show you how you will look like if you get fat. The results may be surprising but they are always fun. The app works like many others of the same kind – you can choose a picture with a human face from the Android gallery that you have or you can take a new picture by using your integrated camera. Then you must save it on your device and when you do, you can apply a few predefined effects to the picture and get the result that you want. Finally you can save it and share it online.

Everything sounds very well, but in reality things are not such. The app feels undone because you are faced with a simple and not-so-well looking interface, there’s no Help section or instructions how to use the app, the predefined effects lack depth and finally the Fatten Face – Fat Face crashed on us a few times. In addition the app is full of ads that pop up all the time and slow you down to say the least.

Fatten Face – Fat Face is a fresh idea that needs some more work in order to become a successful app. We hope that there will be a second version of it – in the meantime the app that you can see here is nothing more than casual software that you might use for 15 minutes and not more.

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