The famous selfie was taken to a whole new level when Ellen DeGeneres took one with all the “crème de la crème” of Hollywood at the 2014 Oscar festivity. It comes as no surprise that a new app focused on selfies appeared on the market. The Facefeed app is an IOS app that allows you to share photos and messages with friends. It is similar to Facebook and Instagram, only that Facefeed app is focused on selfies: you can browse people’s photos and send a message to the ones you like along with a face photo of yourself.
The Facefeed app simplifies the image-capturing process by taking out the editing features. You press down on your screen to open the camera and after you lift your finger the app will immediately take your photo and send it. The photo doesn’t have a preview feature and it doesn’t save on your phone.
Ben Cera, the creator of the Facefeed app says that he’s still working on it so that you can only send pictures of your face by filtering the NSFW content.
Facefeed app doesn’t ask you to connect to log in to your email if you don’t want to, like Facebook does.
Facefeed app – How it works
The steps to use the new app are as follows:
You go to the Apple Store and download it, you open it, type your name in and hit enter. You then select your age range, choose your gender and specify who you want to send your selfie to. You will be asked to take a profile picture and then you swipe up and down to cruise for chat partners. Once you found someone you like, you tap the red button at the bottom of your screen and then you can send a message. Facefeed app is simple to use and it’s fun. Facebook, move over.