App changes your gender and turns you into a man or woman; see how to use

App changes your gender and turns you into a man or woman; see how to use

FaceApp has a feature to change the gender in photos that can transform the image of a woman into a man (and vice versa) in seconds. The effect inserts or removes hair and beard, without the user having to edit the image later.

AppGeek shows how easy it is to make the transformation and have fun sharing the result with your friends on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok or wherever you want.

To perform the step by step below you need to download the FaceApp application on your Android smartphone or iPhone.

1. Open FaceApp and tap To allow to authorize the application to access your image gallery;

2. If you want to take a photo right away, go to Camera. If you prefer to use an image from the gallery, choose Photos. The program automatically filters your photographs and displays only selfies;

3. After taking the photo or selecting the one you want to modify, on the tab Editor, comes Gender;

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4. Now, tap on the opposite gender to yours. Automatically, the app will make the transformation;

5. If you like the result, go to To apply;

6. If you want, you can apply other types of filters to the image, such as aging, background change, adjustments such as contrast and saturation, among other options. When you finish editing, go to To save, at the top of the right screen;

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7. The image is already saved. If you want to share the result on social networks, choose the icon of the one you prefer;

8. There is also the option of creating a montage with your image as a man and woman side by side. To do this, go to Before and after;

9. Then, tap To save to save to the gallery or choose a social network to share.

More apps that change the genre

In addition to FaceApp, there are other apps that promise to turn the user's photo into the opposite genre. We list other good free options that turn people into men or women in different ways.

1. Snapchat

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Snapchat was a pioneer in augmented reality filters and offers specific options for gender change. To use, I need to have an account on the social network.

Then, just slide your finger to find the My Twin filter, fit your face in the frame and take a picture or video. The result can be published on the platform itself or saved on the cell phone and shared in other applications.

2. Face Changer 2

Face Changer 2

Face Changer 2 allows you to make a gender change by merging your image with that of a person of the opposite sex. For this, it is possible to use a photo from the mobile gallery or any of the images available in the app.

The results are not so realistic and offer no adjustment option. Therefore, the app is a good choice for anyone who wants something funny for their friends to laugh.

  • Face Changer 2 (free, with in-app purchases): Android

3. MSQRD

MSQRD

MSQRD is another app option with augmented reality filters that allow you to take photos or videos in real time. While it does not offer a specific resource for gender change, there are some mustache and beard options for women to enjoy.

The experience is the same as that experienced in Facebook stories and Facebook Messenger chat. The app was purchased through the social network and the technology started to be used on the company's platforms.

4. MixBooth

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MixBooth works in a similar way to Face Changer 2. The user just needs to add his photo and indicate where the eyes, nose and chin are. Then, you can include the other person's image or use one already available in the app.

The application mixes the two photos automatically and does not offer editing options. The results may not be the most realistic, but they are quite funny.

  • MixBooth (free, with in-app purchases): Android | iOS

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Taysa Coelho

Journalist graduated from UFRJ, she has been writing about technology for seven years. Carioca currently lives in Portugal, a country he adopted. In his free time, he enjoys going to the beach, reading, watching movies and doing serial marathons. Instagram is your favorite social network, but WhatsApp saves you from missing those who stayed in Brazil.