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Okay, so maybe “Animorphs” is K. A. Applegate’s copyrighted series. Whatever. The point is that MANimals is a photomanipulation app on the iPhone that takes a photo of a person’s face (or your pet’s) and mashes it together with a stock animal photo, with intentionally hilarious results.
Yes, really. Here’s the developer’s eager explanation:
Have you always told your friend he’s an eager beaver or that she is as cute as a kitten? Is your uncle becoming an old goat? Or is your colleague not the top dog he thinks he is?Now MANimals makes it possible to send them photo evidence proving that you are right!
MANimals comes stocked with a photo library of over a hundred animals in eleven categories, and you can edit just about any photo with a recognizable face (your brother, your friend, your dog). MANimals doesn’t work completely automatically; you’ll need to adjust a few sliders to make sure the app is using the right facial areas. Needless to say, the best results will likely come from crisp, straightforward portraits rather than normal snapshots with multiple people or bad focus.
Other assorted features include the ability to add text and create greeting cards, post images to your Facebook photos, and email pictures directly from the app. Nice; now everyone can see what you look like as a gorilla.
If giving your friends’ faces a bestial twist sounds like fun to you, check out MANimals in the App Store. The full version is $0.99; however, you can check out the lite version as well.