Photos convey message when they are on magazine covers. But our photos cannot usually make the covers of magazines, unless using POI CAMERA, which is an app that adds frames somewhat similar to the covers of popular Japanese magazines to your photos.
You can take photos with this app or use ones already in your photo gallery.
As shown above, the examples of framed pictures are listed in the lower half of the screen. Though arranged slightly differently, the references of these frames are obvious.
I added "Nowsweek" frame to my self-portrait.
The subtitle is translated as "The Most Remarkable Japanese Person of 2012". What happened to Nowsweek's editors?
Um... It doesn't look cool because the person is me.
I should have used a picture of food. The app contains a frame which looks like the magazine that introduces haute cuisine with each issue. So I applied "Otona-me Shumatsu" (Weekends for Adults) frame to the photo of food I usually eat.
Ah... it only emphasized my shabby eating habits. At least I should have peeled off the "HALF PRICE" sticker.
All jokes aside, enjoy POI CAMERA as you like. How to use it is up to you.
Device used: EVO WiMAX ISW11HT
Last Updated: 12/12/2011
Compatibility: Android 1.6 or higher
Translated by Ryota Kasai