PIP is a run-of-the-mill selfie editor that focuses on through-lense type filters. After taking a photo of your mug, you can place it inside a bottle, behind an oculus or some other sand-based object that you can find.
In PIP you have access the standard array of color filters. Using one of the glass filters, you can also set up different colors for the background and foreground image.
Of course, if your narcissistic nature compels you, PIP can also arrange several photos to form a collage. Select pictures, select a template, fiddle with the size and colors, and you're set. The only bothersome thing is that you cannot rearrange photos within the collage frames. You can only select them in the right order to have them the way you want. Bummer.
And if you can't help but display your hot vegan ribs, crow legs, sunken eyes, and classy white hair, again and again, you can directly download new camera filters. Want to look like someone is filming you on an iPad? There's the filter for you!
There are also plenty of ads to keep you occupied while you wait for the next great occasion to take another photo of yourself.
- Bottle/through-glass camera filters
- Color filters
- Online artistic filters (the servers are very busy)
- Downloadable filters
- Access to the local picture gallery
I don't know. If your an Instagram animal you'll probably appreciate the nature of PIP, however insubstantial that may be. The app is littered with fake features that only direct you to a paid version. In that sense, it is slightly annoying to navigate, as the feature titles are not very explicit either.