Funny Photo Remix Releases New Ghost App That Transports Spooky Specters from the Realm of Beyond to Everyday Fun

Top Quote If pulling pranks is your idea of fun, you should definitely not miss this exciting photography app that is loaded with scare and laughter. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) May 04, 2013 - Ghosts have fascinated mankind since the first humans sat huddled around a fire and now they're cropping up everywhere, thanks to a new app by Ruchi Vasishta, CEO of Funny Photo Remix LTD. The young entrepreneur has announced the release of her new iPhone app, Ghost, that allows users to place spooky manifestations in their photos to prank family and friends.

    "In my opinion, this is one of the coolest apps out there," said Vasishta. "It allows you to completely freak out your friends by placing ghosts in photos behind them."

    Fresh from the recent release of her highly popular and successful Afro Cam app, Ghost is Vasishta's newest offering that elevates photography to a new level of fun and creativity. The free app is available at the iTunes store for the iPhone and iPad. The application is fully integrated with social media, allowing creations to be shared through Facebook and Twitter.

    The app encompasses three types of preformatted ghosts that can be inserted into any photo. Users can employ a traditional full body ghost or a half body apparition enabling it to be placed directly behind any subject in the photo.

    The app also includes a set of head and arms, allowing users to wrap their subjects in a ghostly embrace from beyond.

    Ghosts can be positioned anywhere within a photo and appropriately resized to give creations a realistic look. Since the invention of photography, spirits, specters and unexplained manifestations have randomly appeared in images.

    Vasishta's Ghost app provides users with the means to incorporate phantoms and phantasms into their own photos at will, without waiting for a chance encounter with a real wraith.

    "I wanted to create this app because I wanted to release something that would be a real conversation point," said Vasishta. "It's something people will want to show all of their friends and share on Facebook."

    Fans can follow Vasishta on Twitter at and on Facebook at

    Vasishta's Ghost app provides users with hours of photography fun to amuse, amaze and freak out their friends and family. People have been enamored with ghosts since the dawn of time and the new app allows users to continue that love affair by easily inserting ghostly limbs and figures into any photo. Creations can be shared via social media, taking spooky specters out of the realm of Halloween and placing them squarely in the limelight of everyday fun.

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