TattooCam Tattoos You Without Pain
It is interesting to see tattooed people carrying some good art in their skin. I do like tattoos but hate the pain associated with it. This review may help guys like me.
Get the Bouncy Mechaniball Lite to Reach the Finish LineTattooCam lets users try different tattoos daily as it adds ‘virtual tattoos’ to the images taken with it. Let me explain how it works. This app has six buttons in the home screen – Camera, Tattoo Designs, Gallery, Options, Feedback and About. It is the Camera button that lets users add tattoos easily – tap the Camera, choose a design, set therel=“nofollow”> resolution and snap an image. Users can find the stored images in the ‘Gallery’ and they can share them from there. This app has tons of tattoo designs classified under Tribal 1, Tribal 2, Thai, Vine and ETC category.
Let me list some issues I found using this app. It has ‘1600 x 1200’ for default resolution. However, when I tried to use the camera with it, I always got, “Insufficient memory error”. I tried this app with my HTC Wildfire and I don’t think this error has something to do with the device as many users have reported the same issue in the Android Market.
And I am not quite convinced with the ‘Tattoo Designs’ section. As the user can see all the available tattoos through the ‘Camrel=“nofollow”>era’ section of the app, I can’t see the purpose of a dedicated section for it. They also need to look at the branding. (Fa cebook fan page can’t do for a developer’s page) As the app is running its first version, let us hope that developers would work in these areas. Apart from them TattooCam can really impress tattoo freaks like me.
This app was launched only a couple of weeks ago and has already crossed 10,000 downloads. TattooCam needs Android 2.1 or higher to run.
Rating: 3.5/ 5