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Get the best of Business Insider delivered to your inbox every day. Remove, an app designed for Android phones, takes several photographs in a row, analyses them and builds a composite image that users can easily edit. It’s a problem dictators will be familiar with. You have a lovely photo taken of you and your inner circle, then you decide to have one purged and removed from history.
Well, if Stalin were alive today and a smartphone fan, his mobile picture editing prayers would be answered. A new app allows users to automatically erase unwanted objects from photos, meaning you no longer have to use complex photo-editing software to get the picture you want. More prosaically, it allows users taking pictures in a busy public place to get exactly the composition they want without spending ages timing their pictures exactly. Remove, a new smartphone camera app, gives users the opportunity to easily eliminate unwanted objects from the shot. Could a smartphone improve your mood? The app, designed for Android phones, takes several photographs in a row, analyses them and builds a composite image that users can edit.
The software looks similar to any other camera app. All users need to do is tap the shutter key and Remove quickly takes several pictures. It then displays the resulting composite picture, with objects highlighted to allow the user to toggle them in or out of the shot. At the moment, Remove is still at its prototype stage, but tech website Engadget was given a first look at an early build of the program. Engadget says they found a few issues with the responsiveness of the user interface and noticed a few minor bugs. Nevertheless, the website said, the application is intuitive and works well considering it is still at the early stages. The software’s developer, Scalado, already well known for camera apps like Zero Shutter Lag and Rewind, plans to showcase remove at the Mobile World Congress later this month.
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