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KISSify Your Photos With The New KISS Photobomb App, Just Because

April 3, 2014 - Written By Justin Diaz

Were you feeling left out of all the April Fools day fun because you never received that Hoffsome photobomb from David Hasslehoff? Do your photos and messages lack that Rock and Roll charisma and charm? Who says you need the Hoff in your photos when you can photobomb your own pics with the KISS photobomb app. Sure you won’t be able to get officially bombed by a real live member of the band, but you can at least make yourself look like a member of the band KISS and if your photos don’t fall into the selfie category because there are other people in it, it’ll at least seem like a real photobomb. The app was made available today and is live on the play store, and even has the ability for you to send a KISS message, which lets you send a KISS emoticon inside your message to anybody in your contacts list.

You can add in other things as well like KISS frames and other KISS effects, and really make your photos rock. If you’re not a fan of the band KISS, you probably won’t be downloading this app and that’s OK. We won’t judge. Do I listen to KISS myself? No, I sure don’t. That doesn’t mean that my pictures couldn’t use a little KISSification. You can snap your own photos and add the effects right from the app, or you can apply the KISS effects to old photos and breath some new rock and roll life into them. The app is of course free to download and use, but there does seem to be the presence of something called KISS packs, which are the in-app-purchases, for things like more frames, more KISS masks, and all the rockin’ love themed stuff you could need to KISSify your photos.

In all honesty, I wouldn’t use this app much myself because I’m not a KISS fan, but we know that some of you out there might be and now you have a fun way to add some interesting and funny things into your pictures and messages. Hopefully, just hopefully, we won’t see something like this pop up themed with Miley Cyrus or Justin Beiber. Such an event could quite possibly trigger the apocalypse and signal the end of humanity as we know it.