True Visage

True Visage

By Pavel Ahafonau

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2010-06-30
  • Current Version: 1.10.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 12.57 MB
  • Developer: Pavel Ahafonau
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.2 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2.5/5 ( 694 Reviews)
  • Price:
True Visage App Ratings: 2.5
From 694 Reviews

True Visage App Description

True Visage is an unique mirror app. Unlike other apps of the kind True Visage provides you not only with a common mirrored picture, but also with a real un-mirrored image and video of you. Now you can see yourself through other people's eyes! Check your looks before an important meeting or making a video call on FaceTime, Skype, Facebook or dating websites. Make both mirrored and un-mirrored pictures and videos. Take pics for your profiles on Facebook and other social networks and stay cute in any life situation. FEATURES - Mirrored & un-mirrored live video and photos - Both Face and Back cameras - Built-in Flashlight utility - Night mode backlights - Save photos to camera roll

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App Reviews

  • Finally I can take a selfie!!

    By maypopi2
    I hate how selfies always get flipped. This app will show you the actual image.
  • Why aren't I photogenic?

    By pelonetillo
    Because you made yourself up or combed your hair while looking at a mirror image. This is an inverted or flipped image of what you see in photos of yourself, which is what people really see when they look at you. I'd been combing my hair the wrong way for years until I used True Visage. Now, what I see when I get ready is what I see in photos taken of me, or video. No more surprises, and I can make sure I look my best in photos and to other people. Highly recommend this app!
  • Simple, perfect!

    By Tee-1
    As an artist we need a tool like this! No need to take photos and flipping them in edit mode every time we need to check out work! Finally!!! Thank you!!!!
  • Doesn’t Always Work

    By DDas25
    So annoyed because I finally found an app that shows what your selfie looks like before taking it, but when you hit the photo button it only takes it every now and then. One time for me it took the same picture 16 times. I literally had 16 of the same photos in my camera roll. so stupid.
  • Simple and Perfect

    By Demon5263
    Thank you so much for providing a feature that I am shocked so few camera apps provide!
  • Helps fix art lean

    By ReaperWithHips
    It was tedious to take pictures of my drawings and manually flip them to see if there is any leaning on them. With this device, I am able to fix my drawings while simultaneously checking my flip camera without all that time consuming mess.
  • Good free app. Weird name. I'll take it

    By Clintog11
  • Makes up for apple's lacking feature

    By RadicalDelusion
    I could never understand why the front camera on the iPhone only allows you to see yourself as if you're looking in the mirror. When it reverses those pictures, it distorts your image. Using this app, you see yourself as a photographer would see you. This allows you to take better selfies. And it's ad-free!
  • Perfect

    By birdystefany
    I've been searching for an app like this one for so long... THANK YOU!
  • More than is immediately obvious

    By Tburgueso
    The most obvious use of this app is as a mirror. You get your choice of the geometry of a glass mirror, or the geometry of an external observer's view, where your right ear will be on their left. But it's a mirror, and like real mirrors, it doesn't take photos, or video clips, or sing your favorite disco songs. Well actually, it will take a photo and add it to your camera roll, if there's information in the current view you'd like to refer to later. But wait — there's more! You can use the front camera or the rear one, turn on your iPhone's flash or not, and stretch the image to see a closeup with good resolution. That flexibility allows you to use the app to read the teeny-tiny serial number on a poorly-lit piece of equipment, for instance — a job which would otherwise require a flashlight, a magnifying glass, and three hands. Save the image to the camera roll, and transcribe the identifiers later, or mail the photo to the vendor's tech support person. This developer makes well-designed, useful tools to solve real problems gracefully. I've bought 5 of them, and find them all useful — frequently, or rarely. When I need their particular function, I'm glad that I've got them.