Picturing what your future offspring will look like sounds cute. But you may want to think twice before using a baby face generator app, because it’ll likely persuade you to never have children.Tiffany Holloway and her boyfriend Darius Moore decided to exam out the app Make A Baby Booth, described as a style for parents to peek into the future and see what their child may look like. It’s pretty simple, as you might expect: You select two photos one of each prospective parent and it mashes them together onto a baby’s face.
The results are absolutely horrifying.So me and my bf wanted to see what our future baby would look like& LET ME TELL YOU PAID 99 CENTS FOR A BABY GENERATOR FOR THIS BULLSHIT !!
While the app is free for download, before it allows you to see the finished product it inspires you to make a purchase. Holloway tweeted saying it expense her 99 pennies, but when I just tried to view my baby’s photo, the app tried to charge me $1.99.
In addition, as others pointed out, the app has some serious flaws.I tried out the app, use photos of me and my girlfriend. Basically, it takes one person’s eyes and the second person’s mouth and plasters them on a photo of a baby. Cheap and terrible, yes, but fairly hilarious and hopefully nothing like your actual possible future baby.