Scalado’s ‘Remove ‘App For Mobile Devices Is A-MAZING!

It happens to all of us.  We see something interesting, we want a picture of it, we wait for the right moment, we click the button and low and behold, some d-bag just walked through your perfect picture.  Well fret not because NOW there is a way to remove all the unwanted folks from your mobile device pictures and the app is called Remove by Scalado.

To put it quite simply, the results are astounding.  Remove utilizes powerful technologies to automatically highlight and remove any unwanted objects or people from an imported photograph. The app is being billed as the world’s first object removal software for mobile devices and if the images in this article are any sample of what it can do, blurppy agrees.

Not much more information is available at the present about the Scalado Remove application, but it is set to showcase at the 2012 Mobile World Conference which is happening at the end of this month. Pricing, availability and device compatibility will be available then.  Watch the video below and see just how amazing and easy this new app is to use.


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