Instantly Pack on the Pounds with FatBooth

Wanna pack on a few, unflattering pounds real quick?  FatBooth, a very popular iPhone application, has come to Android today, making it a breeze to toss a good fifty or more pounds onto yourself.  The free app takes new and existing pictures of people and fattens them.  That’s it.  It might not sound cool or clever now, but try a couple of pictures and watch how much fun you have.  Using face detection technology and a few magical beans, FatBooth instantly superisizes anyone and everyone.  Grab it for free out of the Android Market today as it works on all devices at 1.6 or higher!  Download links after the break.

[app]com.piviandco.fatbooth[/app]

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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3 Comments

  1. thecolor
    March 16, 15:26 Reply

    well, I’d kind of expect this to be a horrible little program, but then again, it could help keep me on track with the exercise… seeing how I could turn out if not. :|

  2. Anonymous
    March 20, 02:40 Reply

    Two problems with the app:
    1. Doesn’t use my front facing camera, which means I have to take my picture in a mirror.
    2. After taking it the picture, it shows the circle and plus over a black image as if it’s supposed to be showing the picture I took.
    Oh, 3. I’m already fat enough.

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