The app is marketed toward anyone over the age of 12, though its current iteration is geared specifically toward men. A female-focused update is set to be added in February, as well as a fashion-focused update allowing users to dress themselves in photos expected in June.
The new mobile app “seamlessly transforms the human body into a picture in one click,” taking muscle structure and body type into account to provide a “digital experience that hardly differs from real body transformation pics.” The app also includes a photo gallery that allows users to track their progress over a three-month period.
“Like a lot of big companies, we started in a small room, spent a lot of sleepless nights, and a desire to do something worthwhile, and step-by-step we become who we are
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