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Tav Shande Makes Chuck Norris Cry with Launch of New App Cry Face

Feb 15, 2013 - Cry Face 1.0 by Tav Shande invites iPhone and iPad users to create, capture and share that emotional moment when the weeping begins and see how they or their friends might look with a face full of salty tears. This image editor lets users make a person's face appear to cry. Users take photos from the camera, photo library, or Facebook, and see how they or their friends could look while sobbing. The hilariously fun and creative app is known to make even the toughest men and women cry like babies.

Tav Shande's Vanity is Selected as one of the World's best apps

Jan 25, 2012 - Vanity, has been selected as one of the World's best apps by The Sunday Times in London. Writers and experts from the Sunday Times have hand picked the 500 best apps in the world & published their list known as the App List. Vanity uses The Vanity Engine which incorporates Fibonacci's Golden Ratio to calculate facial attractiveness by allowing users to mark key facial features and measure against this ratio. Mathematicians, scientists, and naturalists have known this ratio for years.

The World's First Face-Rating App - Vanity - Gets Social with Facebook

Apr 12, 2010 - Tav Shande has released Vanity 2.0 for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad devices. Vanity is a innovative mathematical tool for measuring the attractiveness of any human face. Users just need to open the application then get or take a photo, follow the on screen prompts, and let Vanity calculate a score on a scale from 1-10. Users can now log into their Facebook profiles and post results they wish to share directly from the app to their wall. Users can also send email invites to all their friends.

The End of the World - Tav Shande Releases an App for That

Feb 14, 2010 - Tav Shande has announced A Doomsday Clock 1.0, his precise mobile time reference tool for iPhone and iPod touch devices. The first of its kind, A Doomsday Clock displays how much time we all have left before the end of the world. It is the mobile mirror of the symbolic Doomsday clock face, maintained by the board of directors of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists at the University of Chicago. The closer the clock is to midnight, the closer the world is estimated to be to global disaster.