(3 stars)


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There’s no need to carry around a glass mirror anymore. Mirror app is a mirror in your pocket, when you need it, where you need it..

***Mirror app uses your Android's front facing camera to turn your Android into mirror. Your Android must have front facing camera (video call capability) to be able to use Mirror app.***

With Mirror app you can check your look, hair, teeth, check or fix your make-up, put on your contact lenses... just like using a regular mirror.

Mirror app has the following features:
- Incredibly simple to use
- Display a mirrored image of whoever is in front of your device (just like a normal mirror)
- Automatically adjusts brightness and colors
- Professional design
- Professional coding to keep application size as small as possible, less than 0.1 MB, much smaller as competitive apps on the market
- NO unneeded features no use uses or needs – just the important stuff :)
- It’s FREE :)

Mirror app works with the widest range of devices with front facing camera. In case your device does not have front facing camera, you will not be able to use this app.

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Comments and ratings for Mirror
  • (51 stars)

    by Balasubrahmaniam Vadakarambath on 02/01/2014


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    by Matthew Galea on 10/12/2013


  • (51 stars)

    by Matt Hilton on 24/09/2013

    I have a Samsung Galaxy S III. Nothing special. Not rooted. Running Android 4.1.2. This app crashes immediately when I attempt to launch it.

  • (51 stars)

    by Andy Haokip on 21/08/2013


  • (51 stars)

    by Star Haggins on 24/04/2013

    like to light it up so it won't be so dark needs settings come on

  • (51 stars)

    by Bradley Gifford on 15/04/2013

    Crashes at start-up.