Google Creative Labs is responsible for innovative ideas – whether apps or ads – to promote the Google brand. Yesterday, three of those ideas came out of the paper and came to Play Store, meet Landmarker, Lip Swap and Tunnel Vision.
A super simple app that shows famous or interesting places that are close to the user, all with black background and white text. It works in 360, only rotate on its own axis that it shows the famous places that are in the direction in which the smartphone is pointed. For more information, just touch the screen that Landmarker opens Google Maps. Unfortunately, it does not seem to work in Brazil (at least in Porto Alegre there are no places nearby).
You can also swap other parts of the image, but always one region at a time. In addition, the app lets you change the "new" image color and brightness.
Lip Swap occupies about 7MB and requires Android 5.0 or higher.
With Tunnel Vision you record video with tunnel effects (warp) and other distors. Basically what the app does. In all there are 5 filters: 3 of tunnel and two of distortion. These last two use the smartphone's accelerometer to increase and decrease the distortion. Fun and quite useless.
At 14MB, Tunnel Vision requires Android 5.0 or higher to run.
In addition to the three new apps, Google Creative Lab has 2 other apps in the Play Store: Big Web Quiz and Photowall for Chromecast, the first a general knowledge quiz and the second a photo casting app, both for Chromecast.
Did you like the new Google Creative Lab apps?
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