Please tell me you've seen this video:
She and her friends have started doing this game in person, not using the app itself, and they love it.
I adored the video, so I had to download the app. After a few bugs were worked out, I played my first game with Aidan and it went like this:
We were playing in different rooms, and when we both said "Jodie Foster", we screamed in joy. And then we wanted to hug. Just like in the video.
It feels good to say the same thing.
When I first heard Elsie was designing an app, I'll be honest: I couldn't imagine how learning to turn an old breadbox into a charming crib for a baby, or how to make muffins that looked like hot air balloons would help me. (Of course, I jest, because she is on another planet of hipness compared to me…)
But her app is seriously addicting and fun. I've had it one day and I fear it will overtake my Instagram shares:
The app also comes with in-app purchases to expand the goodies you can add to your photos.
It amazes me how apps can be so affordable sometimes, you know? I mean, this app is really solid, no bugs at all, and yet it costs .99 cents.
Technology. I tell you.
Note: A Beautiful Mess is presently only available on iPhone. They say they hope to make it available for Android in the future.
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