February 24, 2012 in Photo and Video
[prMac.com] Brooklyn, New York - Affective Apps just released Mad Lips version 2.0 with built-in image search. Mad Lips is a free photography app that make pictures come to life by superimposing recordings of moving lips over any image. Anyone with an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch can now send digital singing telegrams or create Annoying Orange style videos in seconds. This is easy do-it-yourself animation that even 5-year olds can master in minutes.
"Talking lips over still images is just plain funny," said Sean Levin, co-founder of Affective Apps and the lead programmer for Mad Lips. "Conan O'Brien did it. Clutch Cargo did it. But now, thanks the iPhone, we've made something that allows everyone to do it."
Mad Lips comes preloaded with photos and a video so new users can dive right in. More engaged users can personalize the results by recording new videos and importing photos from the device library, from Facebook or from the new image search tool. Voice effects can be added for even funnier results. Mad Lips merges all these elements and creates exportable videos that can be shared via email, Facebook, and YouTube.
Mad Lips was first released in August of 2011 and has been showcased in the App store around the world. Highlights from version 1.0 include: What's Hot: United States; Top 10 Photography: Italy; What's Hot: United Kingdom; Top 10 Entertainment: Israel; What's Hot: Canada; Top 10 Photography: France; and the Pi richieste: Italia.
New features to Mad Lips version 2.0 include:
* Built in image search tool
* More voice effects
* Longer videos
* Movie integration
* Enhanced sharing functions
* Streamlined design
* US English, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Romanian, Russian and Spanish
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 4.2 or later
* 6.8 MB
Pricing and Availability:
We Love Mad Lips 2.0 is Free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Photo & Video category.
Affective Apps is a small independent app studio based out of Brooklyn. Sean Levin, the lead programmer, is an MIT graduate and recovering Wall Street software developer. Mike Dias, the marketing hack, lives in New Hampshire and splits his time between the music industry and the app world. Sean and Mike have been gaming and computer dorks together since grade school in Las Vegas. They formed Affective Apps to make creative entertainment. Copyright (C) 2012 Affective Apps. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.