19 April 2017

Kenya: New APP Uses Filters to Cover Private Body-Parts in Nude Selfies

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PornHub has launched a new site to send nude pictures named TrickPics.

The adult entertainment platform has announced it is setting up a new app, which has been likened to Snapchat, and enables users to take naked selfies, filter out their private body-parts if they would prefer, and send it to their contacts or share it publicly on social media platforms without being censored.

The app uses augmented reality, or filters, to cleverly disguise or even enhance the user's naught bits to avoid being blocked on social media paltform.

The site was launched on Tuesday on both iOS and Android, and it features more than 15 filters for both sexes, including the Trouser Snake, Hand Solo and Big Wig for the men, as well as Knock Knockers, Mile Highs and Instaclam, which opens to reveal a pearl.

"Selfies have become a popular form of self-expression it today's society. They are essentially the self-portrait of the digital age, capturing individuals in all their glory," says Vice President of PornHub, Corey Price.


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