Just now, I talked about a new feature in Waze that lets you replace the default voices in the app with your own. Because I think we can rename today World Day of Egocentrism, as the subject now will be an application that allows you to create your own stickers the famous stickers that have taken instant messaging apps with their own photos. Thus, the way is officially opened to insert your image in all corners of the huge and frightening world wide web.
Ladies and gentlemen, this Sticky AI:
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At first glance, it looks like we're dealing with yet another of those endless (and unbearable) fun camera apps; the technology that hides behind Sticky AI, however, is far more sophisticated than its proposal suggests. So sophisticated, incidentally, that it is put in bold letters in your own name: the app uses high doses of artificial intelligence to detect what you are in your photo and separate it from the background, creating a sticker that can be shared in the depths from Internet.
You can create unique stickers by adding text and (obviously) emojis, as well as stickers animated or whole packages that can be shared in apps like WhatsApp, iMessage, Snapchat, Facebook Messenger or Telegram. Obviously, all of your creations can be highly stylized with top-notch filters and effects, not to mention: the Sticky AI from the same creators of Prisma, which did a good deal of success last year and, of course, was shamelessly copied by Facebook.
Sticky AI is already available for free on the App Store and, of course, fully integrates with iMessage. It is worth taking a look, if only to regret the direction of such promising contemporary technology.