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Download size2 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- phone identity
- owner identity
- video and still capture
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- phone dialer
- movement and directional sensor
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (2)
English (United States) Español (España, alfabetización internacional)
With this fun app you will be able to fatten faces within just a few and easy steps. You can acquire faces from your phone camera, pictures gallery or even grab your friend’s faces from Facebook. You can also save, email or share your friend’s fattened faces, yes on Facebook and even tag a friend directly from the app (first check if your friend is in mood for joking!) The app also features a full screen view with a nice face transform animation. Get help or send us feedback at http://fatyou.jdbpocketware.com Added "selfie" mode Fixed Facebook login Fixed random crashes
7/11/2014Lets me pick a picture but doesn't load after that. Doesn't deserve even one star, but I have to rate it to write.
8/8/2013I bought three paid apps from this developer but this app really sucks, I'm sorry to report. First, it does not support the front camera! Second, I tried several times with my son but the fattening never worked - he always got double or triple chins that looked weird, not real. Finally, it's ridiculously hard to quit this app - it keeps sending you to a promo page for another JDB product. Very disappointed.
4/1/2013NOT WORTH IT !!!!
3/28/2013It's so funny :D
2/11/2013Only works with pics that u take w/ ur phone camera using the app... Does NOT work with pics stores on ur phone!
1/8/2013**** app. looks totally unrealistic. Fatbooth on android and ios works 1000% better
1/7/2013The app is neat, but setting it to pop up a reminder to purchase the app, while not in the app is not the way to get people to buy it. That's the way to get me to uninstall it. If you want to remind people to purchase, do it while they're using the app, not at some random time when they may be busy with something FAR more important than deciding whether to buy your app or not.
11/9/2012Your stupid alert asking me to buy the app: it just interrupted something that I was doing, and was so annoying and invasive that I am now uninstalling. You're welcome.