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The new profile picture app trend has everyone turning selfies into works of art

A NEW app that uses artificial intelligence to turn your profile picture into a painting has taken the internet by storm.

Dubbed NewProfilePic (aka New Profile Picture Editor), the app allows users to turn their photos into AI-generated cartoon portraits.

The NewProfilePic app is taking over the internet and social media

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The NewProfilePic app is taking over the internet and social media

It was developed by Informe Laboratories, Inc., an app development group that also published the popular ToonMe service.

The app is available in over 100 countries and in up to 10 different languages.

On the app’s “About” page, the developers challenged its users to “be different with a profile picture that reflects your current mood.”

They also claimed that their service uses the latest AI technology.

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In the Apple Store, the app has already received hundreds of reviews and a rating of 4.8 stars.

At the time of publication, only one out of 844 reviews was negative, with the user denouncing the app as “slow.”

All other users, on the other hand, raved about the application, saying they were “already obsessed” and “in love”.

How to download the app

The application is free and can be downloaded from the Apple App Store and Google Play.

Users can also fully access the app via the website link – found here.

How to use the app

First you need to download the app or go to the website.

Next, you need to select and upload an image from your photo library.

Once your image is uploaded, you can cycle through a variety of filters and photo effects.

Picture styles include cartoon effects, art effects, and toony filters.

Simply select the style you want, click Done and download your image.

The app claims that it constantly updates its styles, so users can “come back” at any time.

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As always, users should do their due diligence to understand an app’s privacy policy before downloading it.

A few users on Twitter have also claimed the app is based in Russia and a phishing scam – although these reports are currently unconfirmed.

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Chris Barrese

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