Appdicted iPhone Apps to Enhance Your Photos
Article by George Norman
On 15 Nov 2010
App developer Appdicted has a handful of applications that you can use to edit your photos. One of these applications we’ve already covered here in FindMySoft earlier this month; the app I’m talking about is Ghosted. It allows you to add a spooky looking specter to one of your images. I would like to draw attention to a few other Appdicted-developed applications that you could use to edit your photos. Here are those applications:

Wig It – with this application you can add a wig, a mustache or a beard to a photo you just took or to a picture from your album. There are more than 100 wigs and over 70 beards and mustaches to choose from. The app is compatible with the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running on iOS 3.1 or newer.

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The Hatter – this application lets you add a hat to one of your pictures. You can choose one of the more than 90 fun hats. Once you’re done editing your photo, you can save it to your photo album or you can post it to Facebook and/or Twitter.

Digital Styles: For Women – this application lets women try out more than 175 different hairstyles. An edited picture can be saved to the photo album or it can be uploaded to Facebook and/or Twitter.

Men's Hairstyles – choose one of the more than 120 different hairstyles and more than 70 different facial hairstyles to see how you would look. An edited picture can be saved to the photo album or it can be uploaded to Facebook and/or Twitter.

Photo Kiss – with this application you can add lipstick marks to a picture. There are over 20 lip styles to choose from. An edited picture can be saved to the photo album or it can be uploaded to Facebook and/or Twitter.

Censor It – as the name so adequately points out, you can use this app to censor a picture. There are more than 40 graphics you can choose to censor an image; you can add multiple graphics to a picture. An edited picture can be saved to the photo album or it can be uploaded to Facebook and/or Twitter.

Scarfaced – you can use this application to spook up a picture by adding realistic scars, cuts and bruises. There are more than 50 graphics to choose from; you can add multiple graphics to a picture. An edited picture can be saved to the photo album or it can be uploaded to Facebook and/or Twitter.

Apart from Photo Kiss, all apps cost $0.99. They are compatible with the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running on iOS 3.1 or newer.

Another Appdicted you may want to check out is Monster Meter, a monster-detecting app that you could use to reassure your child that there are no monsters under the bed.



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