I CONCUR, MR. PANDA
After having prepaid T-Mobile brickphones since 2004, I've finally acquired a
I had trouble figuring out how to save my finished photos at first; there's no easy-to-find save button. You have to upload your photos to your Snapee "Timeline," a social feed which you can make public or private, and from your timeline you can tap your photos and email them to yourself. Using the timeline feature, you can also view other Snapeee users' purikura and rate or comment!
Unfortunately, the app seems to be unstable and continually crashes, which gets really irritating after a while. I also wish preset photo filters and a pen/paint tool were available to draw silly things on my photos, and that stickers were moveable once you place them on the photo.
Sample Snapeee Purikura:
|SO HANDSOME. I KNOW.|
|The translucent butterfly is the best friend I was referring to.|
|Mr. Bun was none too enthused, despite the dancing bear! cake.|
|Sleepy sleepy face...|
There are some setbacks, unfortunately, that make Snapeee frustrating to use at times. The app crashes often for any number of reasons. The developers update often in an attempt to fix existing bugs, but what frequently ends up happening is more instability, the "fixed" version of the app crashing again and again just upon opening it up. I've had the most trouble when it comes to selecting photos to edit (I often have to choose the photo I want 2-3 times to get the editor to open) and downloading new stamps and borders.
The selection of frames and stickers are very lacking and even a bit boring compared to Snapeee's, unfortunately. But saving is as easy as pie, and after editing in PW I can pop them into Snapeee for a couple finishing touches.
PhotoWonder filter effects
top, l to r: SCpurple, stars, aging
bottom l to r: heaven, snow, LOMO
& a sample collage, for good measure!!!!!
Hours of fun... no, seriously, I can't stop messing around with these now, OK (breathes)