My Idol Makes Morgan Freeman Dress Up As A Panda And Sing ‘Let It Go’
It looks like we have a certain attraction towards pointlessly addictive apps. We saw that with Words with Friends, Draw Something and Flappy Bird. However, it had admittedly been quiet down that road for some time, but not anymore thanks to the Chinese app My Idol, some blessed user dug out this week.
My Idol is a simple app that converts your selfies into digital avatars. But that’s not it — these are avatars which you can further dress up (Remember those ‘Barbie dress-up’ games from the yore? ) and force to perform a variety of strange tasks. It wraps the digital avatars into a 3-D animation, which ends up making it a creepy, interactive image to use in messages, photos, and videos.
Some of the most bizarre actions your newsfeed must be flooded with right now, would be of your best friend pole dancing, your mom as a biker and your nephew lifting weights to impress his 6th-grade crush.
My Idol is available on the U.S. App Store, but it is entirely in Chinese. The developer is working as quickly as possible to bring an English-language version of the app to market but in the meantime, this guide for non-Chinese users will help you out in unleashing your creativity with ease.
So far, we have seen the My Idol fever hit far and wide with Morgan Freeman being dressed up as a panda and singing Let It Go from Frozen, President Obama look fab as he catwalks on the ramp, and Mitt Romney do the Gangnam Style.
Computer Science student who puts thoughts onto paper either through writing or sketching, and considers ideal happiness as a good book, under the open sky, with a cup of tea.