MakeApp - The first app in the world that let's you add and remove makeup from your face! It looks so real you won't believe that it's digital makeup. MakeApp is the first beauty editor that uses neural networks, which enables its better quality and more consistent results. You can try it out for FREE.
Now you can add or remove makeup in real-time! You can try this feature for FREE and buy an unlimited version later if you like it.
(Real-time video processing feature available for iPhone 6S and higher devices).
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The butthurt is strong.
It’s been pretty humorous seeing the ridiculous, overblown circus of SJW’s crowing about this app like its some kind of assault on women. It’s a fun app to play with, and shouldn’t be taken so seriously. Yes, obviously this app is not going to be some kind of genie that can tell you with 100% certainty what someone looks like without makeup. But it can give you an idea. It’s not meant to be used on pics where someone is wearing little to no makeup, so if you’re complaining about how it makes you or someone else look after using pics like that, you’re doing it wrong. The main drawback of this app is the limited free use before having to pay $1 to continue, but at least you can test it out before plunking money down.
Actual review of the app quality.
I heard about this on Twitter and wanted to see how it actually worked, since people are only reviewing this based on their political and controversial standpoint of it, I thought I’d critique the app itself. I have a few problems. 1) You only get 5 pictures you can alter, I wasn’t aware of that and didn’t save the ones I did while I was playing around in the app, I have no idea how to get more or if you can. 2) It decreases the actual quality of the photo, it blurs the whole picture a little bit. 3) All the “remove” filter does is take off any apparent color, soften lines, and redden the skin. All of the pictures I have of myself are makeup-less, I choose not to wear make up and that’s fine, I don’t care who does and who doesn’t, but the app made me look like I was on a meth bender (Just to make it clear, I don’t and never have done meth). 4) If you looked at the other filter that put make up on the picture, the quality is just terrible, it looks like someone else’s eyes are cropped onto yours.
In my personal opinion the only people this app is useful to is shallow guys that only want to get laid but don’t very much.
All controversy aside, I genuinely think this is a bad app.
Best app ever
This app may exaggerate slightly the photo of the person without makeup, but it still does a great job at showing what a person looks like without makeup. Indeed, makeup can be used as a form of fraud and catfishing when it comes to dating.
I’m confused by the sentiment that this app is “sexist” considering that the feminist movement asserts that a female’s value should not be determined by her looks. How can you claim that a woman’s beauty is not relevant to her worth yet assert that this app is sexist as it makes women look less attractive without makeup?
Even if it shows women are less attractive without makeup, why does it matter if female value should not be based on beauty? This logic is completely irrational and it’s extremely laughable to see to 180 degree turn many are performing in regards to women and the power they have with beauty. It looks like there is female privilege after all...
- Magic Unicorn INC
- 141.2 MB
- Photo & Video
Requires iOS 10.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese
- Age Rating
- © Magic Unicorn Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- PRO unlimited $0.99
- Unlimited Package $4.99
- Photo and Video + $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.