Afro cam is free and available at the iTunes store. Developed for the iPhone and iPad, it's compatible with the 3GS, iPhone 4, 4S and 5, along with the third, fourth and fifth generation iPod, the iPad and iPhone.
November 2, 2012 (Newswire.com) - Always a bit of a rebel, Ruchi Vasishta, CEO of Funny Photo Remix LTD, has announced the release of Afro Cam, the first app from a young, ethnic female. The Indian entrepreneur is standing up against traditional cultural stereotypes with the launch of her own firm and her first photography-based iPhone app.
"This app is quite different to other apps out there," said Vasishta. "It allows you to poke fun at yourself and others by adding afros, sunglasses and facial hair to your photos, and you can easily share the laughs on social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter. We at Funny Photo Remix LTD are very, very proud of it."
The owner of Funny Photo Remix LTD has a highly developed sense of humor and her application grew out of a desire to create something to make people laugh. The entrepreneur also wanted an app that could be shared with others to make them laugh, too, and the result was the highly popular Afro Cam.
Vasishta has been in the business for just six months, but has already succeeded with a fun and addictive app that will have users adding interesting elements to their favorite photography efforts ranging from grandma to the family pet. Users can adorn their photos with a variety of afros, sunglasses and facial hair to create outrageously funny photographs.
Afro cam is free and available at the iTunes store. Developed for the iPhone and iPad, it's compatible with the 3GS, iPhone 4, 4S and 5, along with the third, fourth and fifth generation iPod, the iPad and iPhone. The app requires iOS 5.0 or later to operate.
Fans can follow Vasishta on Twitter at https://twitter.com/FunnyPhotoRemix and on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Funny-Photo-Remix-Create-Free-Awesome-Iphone-Apps/161449710664258.
Vasishta's release of the free Afro Cam iPhone app provides users with a new and funny way to express their sense of humor. Called the "king of face decorating apps" by users, completed photography projects can be shared with friends and family via a variety of social media sites. In a time of economic uncertainty, Afro Cam offers individuals the means to escape from the dull and ordinary into a world of fun and frolic.
For more information, visit the website at http://www.funnyphotoremix.com/prafro.