Google released two "experimental" photo applications for iOS


Google continues experimenting with photo apps on iOS, despite having its own Google Play store. This time, the search giant published two applications in the App Store with experimental capabilities for working with photos and videos.

So, the Selfissimo! performs a simple function at first glance – it helps to make selfi, but thanks to the use of computer vision technologies with object recognition, the program is able to automatically stop shooting as soon as you stop moving in front of the camera. For more vintage finished shots are obtained in black and white.

A program Scrubbies allows you to turn a small video into an unusual animation, in which when you move your finger across the screen, the video will be rewound in the same direction and reproduced at the specified speed.

Both applications are completely free and do not have built-in purchases, you can download them from the link below. Given the entire arsenal of used technologies, Google can try.

Price: Free
Inbuilt purchases : No
Compatibility: Universal application
Link: Install the


The name: Scrubbies
Published / Developed by: Google, Inc.
Price: Free of charge
Built-in purchases: No
Compatibility: Universal application
Link: Install

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