Start the camera, take a picture and then tap on "tattoo" to select a tattoo from a menu. Once that tattoo is displayed, you have to drag and size it to fit your arm -or whatever- before saving the final image to your gallery.
Even though it is just a simple photo editor, result may really look like true. However, there are a lot of basic editing options that are missing, such as cropping, change ink colors and a we could go on. In addition, designs are too hackneyed.
Ads are shown before and after you play with the app, so they don't bother at all. Instructions come in five languages.
One strong point is that Mumblefish accepts suggestions and requests through their email address (firstname.lastname@example.org). Let us hope that we will see new and better tattoos along with those few aforesaid improvements in next updates.
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by Peter , Appszoom
Sep 12, 2011