With Facetune 2.0, the Israel-based developer is beginning a shift away from the paid download model that has propelled its indie success and toward the subscription model that Apple made.
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- Beloved by the likes of Kim Kardashian, Facetune 2 is the secret behind many a flawless celebrity selfie. The award-winning app lets you whiten your teeth, remove blemishes, smooth out skin and even make features look bigger or smaller in just a few taps. FREE from the iTunes Store.
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