Tired of doing boring selfies?
Twicely is a great way to make a selfie, using the front and back camera together for a one picture! Take a picture from the one camera first and then do it from another. Once it's done app will combine two photos into one and there you will be able to use filter and effects.
Change the frame size for each camera by moving the bar between them. Get interesting effect!
FILTERS AND EFFECTS
Add filters and effects to make your selfies even better!
Share your masterpiece with friends or save images in Photos app on your iOS device.
Browse all your photos in the gallery within the app.
Twicely supports multiple languages:
Ready to make your selfies cooler?
- New version of Twicely contains 4 new effects and 1 new filter!
- Now you can apply effects & filters to each photo separately.
- Gallery is redesigned for better user experience.
- Don't understand how to use app? Open new "Help" section which explains how it works.
- Open "Gallery", "Settings" and "Help" sections quickly with 3D Touch on iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.
- Use #twicelyapp hashtag to share your photos around the world!
... and of course stability improvements and minor bugs fixes. How is it possible to make a new version of app without them? :-)
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
What a great and creative photo app! I like being able to shoot photos from the front and back cameras of my iPhone at the same time, and then be able to edit them with with various filters/effects.
It's confusing to use the first time, but it works
I almost gave it a bad rating and was about to delete the app from my iPhone, but luckily, by trial and error, I figured out how to work it. Nice app! :) When you open the app, it only accesses one camera at a time, not both simultaneously, which I expected because of the app’s series of screen shots in the app store. So far, there are no instructions provided. In the dual screen, it accesses EITHER the front OR the back camera, and before shooting, you can adjust the size of home much of the dual photo’s frames will be from the first shot you take. The frame for the 2nd camera remains BLANK, with just an icon, until AFTER you shoot a photo from the opposite lens. The app displays the photo shot from the first lens, and then you shoot a photo from the opposite lens. Afterward, you can use an optional filter, and save the photo, which is a combined “split screen”. Landscape mode fix: Oddly, by default in the settings, "Anti-flip" is set to “OFF”, so when shooting in landscape mode, the front-facing camera always FLIPS your selfie shot UPSIDE DOWN, no matter how you angle the camera when shooting. You need to turn the anti-flip setting “ON”, which should be the default setting. Advice to developer: Make anti-flip the default setting. Also, provide detailed instructions or a series of screen shots which illustrate the actual process of shooting one photo at a time from each lens. Feature request: It would be nice to have the ability to use a separate filter on the view from just one lens, instead of only being able to apply one filter to the combined photos.
- Vladislav Kovalyov
- 29.1 MB
- Photo & Video
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, Italian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Ukrainian
- Age Rating
- © WOOPSS.com, 2016
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.