Photo Warp

Photo Warp

Having fun is not only about watching a movie, chatting with friends or playing the latest computer game. You can also have lots of fun by using specialized applications such as Photo Warp.

Photo Warp is a free application for Android that you can easily find on Google Play. The tool is small-sized and easy to install but it comes with a lot of options. As the name suggests the main goal of this one is to create funny images out of regular pictures. There are two ways in which you can do this – you can either use the preloaded face in the app (which by the way is pretty nice) or you can take a picture of someone, including you and then apply effects to it. The effects list includes rotation of certain parts of the picture, shrinking and enlarging, using larger and smaller brushes and more. In a few words you will be able to create the perfect funny face.

Another good option of this app is that it lets you share your results or save them on a memory card. In addition you can download additional components for free that will add even more features to this fun application.

Photo Warp awaits you here on Google Play!

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