MSQRD ago swaps face in Android goodbye to productivity Monday

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  • Msqrd

    mSQRD is a hilarious application to use masks in real time on your face. It was launched first on iOS, landing hace a couple of weeks also Android. In MSQRD you can become momentarily in an orangutan, a dog, a clown and others, with a mask that fits perfectly to your face and is flexible so you can speak or gesticulate.

    the application has caught by surprise the user community, because the idea is not really new, but because it is very easy to use and with good results. So much so that in Facebook they have not hesitated to take la Credit card and acquire the company .

    Android MSQRD be called A Light version version for iOS . Has fewer masks, missing some of famous people (even Obama has disappeared in recent updates) and so far lacked one of the star features: the face swap or change faces in real time. is finally available on Android also


    Laughter insured

    To make a change of faces in the Android MSQRD All you have to do is make sure you have the latest version and select the first filter, with two people. After fits your faces in the gaps and let MSQRD make magic.

    As with the other filters, you can take a photo or record a video throughout the process. The result is hilarious, especially the rarer the change, as adults with babies, women with men, etc.

    In Engadget Android | MSQRD, the fun application to change your face in real time is already in Android

    The news face MSQRD ago swaps Android: goodbye to productivity Monday was originally published in Engadget Android by Ivan Ramirez .

    Engadget Android

    MSQRD ago swaps face in Android goodbye to productivity Monday
    March 21, 2016

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