Watch Me Change is an iPhone app for creating time lapse videos of your changing face, pregnancy, weight. Just snap a photo every day and Watch Me Change will turn those photos into a time lapse video with the tap of a button.
I wish I had this app when I was pregnant! I was planning to create a time lapse video of the growth of my belly, but I wasn't consistent enough with it. If I had Watch Me Change, I would've been reminded on a daily basis and been able to quickly snap the pics with my phone.
With the touch of a button Watch Me Change Face takes those photos you have taken and mixes them into a short video that plays them sequentially, flashing each one for a very short period of time, making it look as though the faces are changing in real time. Watch face change videos right from your iPhone or upload them to social networking websites like YouTube or Facebook, sharing them with family members over the internet.
- Timed reminders to help you take pictures every day of the face you want to capture in motion with an integrated delay function if the time is not right
- Complete flexibility in taking the pictures of faces changing. There is no need to have your subject in the same place or wearing the same things every day – the overlay feature takes care of making your photos match up
- Full control over the final product, including removing specific images from the video or adjusting its length
- Tools to upload your video to social networking sites with a simple click
Watch Me Change, Watch Me Change Pregnancy, and Watch Me Change Weight Watch are available on the iPhone for $0.99. The Pregnancy version will include how many weeks pregnant you are and the Weight Watch version will show your weight scrolling down
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