PhotoSpeak for Android Download v1.1.2


PhotoSpeak Enables a face in photo to “speak”, just as the portraits in “Harry Potter” do. PhotoSpeak for Android Bringing Snapshots to Life. From the masters of image manipulation at Motion Portrait, PhotoSpeak takes still photos from your Android handset and transforms them into amazing 3D avatars that can repeat your every word on your phone.

 PhotoSpeak for Android       Android app PhotoSpeak

Android PhotoSpeak is a very entertaining application for your Android terminal where you can create 3D faces and add voices, as does the crazy talk, here only do you get the photo you upload to a server and you are ready to edit.

The app is very is to use. The application will animate a 3D photo using server MotionPortrait and shows it in the terminal so that we can interact with the avatar and see how it plays phrases we record. All you need to take or pick a face photo and send it to the server MotionPortrait. In a minute, 3D face is downloaded and starts moving and blinking like human Real.

Basically PhotoSpeak allows you to convert your avatars photographs and interactive motions, as you can see in the video below, the images follow the movement of your fingers, and even can record audio, and then repeat the photograph with lip movement and all. With its face recognition technology, it can also be possible to make 3D faces of human like stuff such as portrait pictures, cartoon characters, or even doodles. It is easy to make the 3D face speak whatever you want. You can even record your own voice, and make a face speak with it.

PhotoSpeak Android app video review:


PhotoSpeak v1.1.2:
– face data gets 10x smaller
– minor bug fix
– autofocus enabled
PhotoSpeak was developed for Android by MotionPortrait, Inc
Package name : com.motionportrait.PhotoSpeak
FIle size: 2.48Mb

Download PhotoSpeak for Android v1.1.2
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  • jeff

    it doesn’t work on galaxy s.
    format its a android os

    • admin

      Just tried on my Galaxy s. Working like charm. Try to uninstall and install again.