Spook Your Friends with the Ghosted iPhone App
Article by George Norman
On 09 Nov 2010
Halloween has come and gone, but this doesn’t mean you can’t still have a bit of fun. You could for example trick your friends into thinking that this Halloween you managed to snap a picture of a ghost using your iPhone. Imagine how spooked one of your friends will be when you tell him “look at the picture I took of you this Halloween. You can totally see a real ghost in the back.”

To do add a frightening ghost to one of your pictures you need only get the right piece of software – and the right piece of software in this situation is an Appdicted-developed app called Ghosted that works with the iPhone 3G, 3GS and 4, iPod Touch 3 and 4, and the iPad.

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The app will set you back a mere $0.99. For this low amount of money you get access to more than 50 unique ghost images that you can place on your images (an image that you just took or an image from your album). You can adjust the position of the ghost image and you can adjust the transparency to make the ghost image as realistic as possible. You can add one ghost image to keep it simple, or you can add multiple ghost images.

“Now, you can frighten your friends by adding ghosts into your photos, with Ghosted,” says the app’s description on iTunes. “Take a picture of a friend and add ghosts to the photo, adjust the transparency of the ghost images to make it look like it is really in the photo. Your friends will be convinced that you have captured spirits from beyond the grave in your photos. While you know differently, that you have just pulled a great prank.”

This Halloween, as part of our Halloween Special, we covered another Appdicted-developed iPhone application – Monster Meter. You can use this application to scan the surroundings and show your child that there are no monsters on the premises. From the application’s settings you can set it up so the application does detect a monster or two – you can do this on special occasions, like Halloween.



Tags: Appdicted, Ghosted, Apple, iPhone
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