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    Kaleider review: An app that can make kaleidoscopic art from anything you see

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    The experience is not very app-like but more like a PC app that's just been ported over to Android.

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    There is a short tutorial that shows you how to use the app but beyond that, it's just up to how much you like to experiment.
    Free, for Android

    Sometimes, even the most mundane can be beautiful. It just depends on how you look at it. Kaleider is an app helps you discover that beauty by helping you make kaleidoscopic art from anything you see. Just capture a photograph, select one of the pre-loaded images or something from your image gallery and start experimenting.

    There is a short tutorial that shows you how to use the app but beyond that, it's just up to how much you like to experiment. There are no ads or in-app purchases - the app is totally free without any restrictions. They won't even add any watermarks on the images you make. Finally, images are saved in high resolution - which means you can print them out too. The downside is that the experience is not very app-like but more like a PC app that's just been ported over to Android. If you're keen to create high resolution geometric artwork using your own photos, give Kaleider a try.

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