When you grow older, your appearance will change. Your hair will turn grey and your face will wrinkles. If you’re wondering how you would look like when you’re twice or thrice your current age, use the following applications:
FaceApp had become a viral application when it received the “old age” feature. When the news of FA saving the user’s pictures to the cloud broke on the internet, the company behind FA responded by saying that the user photos are deleted within 48 hours.
FaceApp ships with several amazing filters including the “age filter”. It offers demo photos on which you can apply the filters. FA displays how you looked when you were younger or when you’ll grow old. Once you apply the old/young age filter, you can apply the makeup filter, change hairstyle, change the expression of the person displayed in the image or make the person wear glasses.
FA lets you see the difference between the original/edited photo. It has a fun section where you’ll find gender changer, Morpher, etc tools. FaceApp lets you create collages from a single image. It also supports the mirror effect. FaceApp’s APK size is 17 megabytes. It requires about 33 megabytes of storage memory. In my perspective, FaceApp is the best age progressing app right now on the iTunes and Play Store. It has been used by over 100 million people to date.
Although AgingBooth doesn’t have multiple aging filters, it works like a charm. Unlike some applications that automatically add markers on your face, AgeBooth prompts you to drag the marker on the eyes, chin, mouth, nose, etc. Once you do so, AB will apply the old age effect to the picture and will display the result. The application displays a 2 x N collage of the original/modified image on its main interface. It has 1+ million users and requires lower storage memory compared to FaceApp.
Age Face ships with eight old age filters. It has several ads. AF displays ads when it processes the picture or when you open its other built-in tools. Like FaceApp, AF processes your picture on the cloud. The result of the processing doesn’t look great. Some of the effects of this application make your face look like a rubber mask.
Although Age Face has several other filters, you cannot apply multiple filters to a single photo. AF saves your original photo to the cloud and applies the filters you’ve selected to it. AF enables you to save the edited photo on the phone.
Make Me Old by AppsTouch
Make Me Old adds some wrinkles to the forehead and near eyes. When you take a picture with it, the application will detect your face and will add position markers to it. If the markers are incorrectly placed, you can change its position. Once the application processes your image, Make Me Old displays options to add stickers to the photo, write a personalized text on an image or superimpose the face parts of elderly people. The super imposer tool lets you rotate the face part. The tool also allows you to adjust its size. Once you finish applying filters, you can save the picture on your device by tapping the download button.
Instead of using matching algorithms, Face Story makes the person in the image look older by adding wrinkles and adjusting the skin/hair color tone. FS supports JPG/PNG format files saved to the gallery. It can also automatically crop and transform the image. Face Storey lets you share the photo on social networking apps. The free version of FS has a limited usage policy.
Make Me Old by Apptornado
In addition to making you look old, this application can automatically add a mustache or a beard to a face. It can also make the person wear glasses of different types. MM shows a “random” button on its interface. When you tap the button, the app will make random changes to the transformed picture. MMEO lets you import a PNG/JPG files you’ve saved to your Facebook album.
Note: Some of the applications we’ve covered above use AI technology to make you look older. Others use an algorithm that adds blemishes, wrinkles, etc to your face (in the image). Use all of them as each app creates a different older version of you.