Squash My Car released for Android and iPhone
By Simon Burns On 23 Jan, 2012 At 08:26 PM | Categorized As Android, News | With 2 Comments

Speeding Hippo have let us know that their app Squash My Car, has just gone live in the Android Market and on the App Store.

The app is a cool little image editor specifically designed for all you car enthusiasts out there. It allows you to either snap a photo of your own car or choose from an existing library and literally squash and squeeze the image to your liking. The results are really impressive, and it genuinely is a fun way to show off your car.

Of course you are not limited to just your own car, as anything you can take a picture of can be used. Once you are happy with your creation, you are then free to share it via Email or on Facebook and Twitter; an essential part of the package.

If you are a petrol-head, then this is a must download for either Android or iOS, and both versions can be found below for 69p/99c.

Squash My Car - Speeding Hippo Ltd.

 

 

 

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  1. David Wong says:

    Neat “Squash My Car” app.

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