Our obsession with social media doesn’t seem to be slowing down and taking photos and posting them is more popular than ever. ‘Selfie’ or in others word one’s obsession with images of oneself is now officially recognized as a true word gaining the title of word of the year in 2013 by Oxford dictionary.
How could we possibly top that? Well SK Communications developers of Cymera has decided to go for it by allowing it’s users to do groupies even when they are not in the same location. What’s a groupie you ask? Well duh it’s the plural of a selfie.
Cymera is a free camera app that is currently used by 90 million worldwide and as of 9pm EST, May 6, 2014 Android users will be able to enjoy the new social editing feature and in June iOS users can join the fun as well.
It will allow it’s users to share their private albums with friends so that they can all have access to editing their pictures creatively. It will allow it’s users to invite a select few of their closest friends to tweak images by adjusting hair, make-up, change lighting, add speech bubbles, or even create comics. You can also add over 800 decorations, stickers, frames, borders or turn your captured images into a story board. This app is truly for the creative who loves to retouch.
Users can then upload their creations to Twitter, Tumblr and Facebook. Best of all this application is free, free, free. So smile and click send and maybe the word ‘groupie” will gain a place in the word of the year category.