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- Let's Make a Puzzzzle allows users to upload a photo and turn it into a puzzle. Choose difficulty levels ranging from "passing time" to "nearly impossible".
- Inspired by the mock interviews featured on Late Night With Conan Oâ€™Brien, LipMe allows users to cut the mouth out of any face - a newly taken picture of a friend, celebrity, animal or even an...
- Instant camera allows users to quickly take and edit a photo and then share it with friends. This application uses the Aviary API.
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