Android Apps Free Download: MomentCam Will Change Your Picture Into A Comic Strip, Free On Google Play
By Staff Writer | November 14, 2013 11:24 AM EST
Recenty, an Android app has been making waves on the Internet due to its cool features. If you are looking for Android apps which are free to download and you love editing images, then this is definitely for you.
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MomentCam, a photo editing app from Chinese developer Hightalk Software, enables Android users to edit images and change them into comic-like photos. There are a number of available templates which they can choose in creating their cartoonized look.
But even before the app made its way to Android and iOS, it has already been popular in the past few months. In a report by The Next Web, the Chinese app became popular through messaging platform WeChat. Even if the entire app was written in Chinese, people still used it due to its cool and fun concept.
Now, it's time for MomentCam to dominate not just the Play Store, but even Apple's App Store as well.
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