If there were an app that removes clothes from your photos in such a way that it appeared as if your friends weren’t wearing any pants, would you use it?
Obviously. Which is why some genius just willed it into being.
With pixels acting as censors for private parts, the Nudifier app lets users turn photos of fully-clothed people into photos of people who like they’re running around bare-assed on an episode of Cops.
The app’s eyedropper function samples the color tone of the victim’s skin and then digitally replicates it under the blurry pixels so that the curtains match the carpet, so to speak. The Nudifier photos — which are great for “work, home, and political rallies” — can be captioned, drawn on and even rendered as the front of a magazine cover.
And 99 cents is a small price to pay for the ability to lose friends and embarrass people.
Here’s some inspiration to get you started:
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