BEIJING Jan. 25, 2011 New Year’s Day February 3
Using the iPhone’s camera function, the free app allows users to add virtual fireworks displays, including a Rabbit shaped sparkler—complete with whizzing and booming sounds!—to any view that they choose. Personalized text greetings – in Chinese and/or English – can then be placed anywhere on the photo, in any color or size and in a variety of fonts.
The ’embellished’ holiday photos can then be emailed to family and friends, be directly uploaded to users’ Weibo (China’s Twitter equivalent) accounts, be shared through their social networks or saved for future use.
Shenan Chuang Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year Doug Schiff Sascha Engel
Check out a video introduction to the App here:
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