B612 - Selfiegenic Camera Download Apps

Everyday life is more exciting with B612 Play.
Have fun creating unique stories with friends,
while sharing your daily life through video clips.

1. Every selfie is a bundle of cuteness!
+ With a growing list of over 100 beauty filters and 200 animated stickers at your fingertips,
expressing yourself through playful selfies has never been easier!
3. Export your chats as videos before they disappear.

+ If 24 hours aren't enough, turn your conversations into video clips and share them on social media.
+ Start creating stories with friends now!
B612 is a photography app specially designed for selfies that lets you apply dozens of filters to your images before sharing them through your favorite social networks. It is perfect for taking selfies anytime, anywhere.
If, like many these days, you have a "me, me, me" approach to photography then you'll enjoy this selfie app. Designed as the ultimate selfie app, B612 is loaded with fun and fresh features you won't find anywhere else.

B612 from LINE helps you snap selfies, allowing you to flick between more than 50 filters in "real-time" to get a preview of your final image before you shoot. You can choose any of these just by sliding your finger along the bottom of the screen, where you can see a small preview of how it will look. Besides applying filters, B612 lets you make collages with your pictures.
There's a wide range of collage templates to choose from, and you can get more creative with tilt-shift and vignette effects (the latter won't work on all devices). You can make them with just a regular selfie or a composition of up to nine photographs, and even vertical compositions of two or three pictures.
B612 also includes a timer, thanks to which you can take selfies from a distance, and the tilt-shift for playing with the depth of field. 2 Seconds, 5 Seconds... Strike the perfect pose before the shutter comes down! While B612's selfie photo taking features are rather basic, the ability to make video montages of up to nine videos and add music to it is rather cool. Show the world how awesome you are with a 3 or 6 second video clip complete with sound. Just tap and hold the screen to start recording. You can also create a video box to share with your friend. By using a code, the other person can then watch the video and record their own video in reply.

How to Download B612 for PC:
Step 1: Download the android emulator software Andy and it is available for free. Click here to download: Download
Step 2: Start the installation of Andy by clicking on the installer file you downloaded.
Step 3: When the software is ready to be used, start it and complete the sign up procedure and login with Google Play account.
Step 4: Start Google play store app and use its search tool to search B612 downloads.
Step 5: Find B612 and start the installation.
Step 6: Launch the game and you can now play B612 on pc using a mouse or your keyboard and even your touch screen, you can use the control button to emulate the pinch function to zoom in and out.
Step 7: You can also install remote control app form here for remotely accessing the game: Andy remote control app
Support: we maintain an online real-time Facebook support group if you have any issues with Andy OS to the installation process, You can use this link to access the group: support
Enjoy using B612 on PC!!!

How to create a video and photos of nice friends on the occasion of the New Year

can create a video and photos of nice friends on the occasion of the New Year
If you’re looking for fun and hair-raising ways to get into the New Year spirit this year, look no further than Facebook New Year Day Video

LIKE Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree can create a video and photos of nice friends on the occasion of the New Year
is a top holiday that brings people together, with people celebrating by sharing photos and attending events on Facebook, sending photos to friends on Messenger, and talking about their costumes in Facebook posts. 

Today, we’re announcing dozens of Halloween-themed experiences on Facebook

create Facebook New Year Day Video
1- Enter the following link   Get your video now 

2 -CHOOSE A TEMPLATE On the homepage there are several popular templates which vary depending on the season. You may pick one of them or start browsing categories.
 There are two types of templates: picture and videos. Choose one that suits your goal. Free templates are marked with the Free band.
Each template has a detailed description and may be previewed. To choose a theme, just click Personalize it Now on the template preview.
Some templates require to specify how many people you want to feature.
Find a successful photo of you, your friend, or any other person who you would like to feature your funny dance video and upload it. You may also use Facebook photos for this purpose or take an iPhone selfie. The tool automatically recognizes a head and crops the photo. All you need is to zoom and rotate it, fine-tune contours, and position the mouth, so that your video character could speak. All your heads will be saved in your account for further usage

4- PUT FACE ON THE VIDEO : When you saved a face, just drag-‘n-drop it onto the video character. If you chose a template that requires several characters, make sure you uploaded all needed faces. Click Done

Then you’ll be directed to the preview of your clip. Here you’ll be able to add a title for it. On this stage you can easily record the video.
5- ADD A MESSAGE (OPTIONAL) : If you’re going to send the resulted video as an ecard, consider adding a greeting for your friend. Click Skip or Done to finish.

6- SEND THE VIDEO : If you picked a free template, you may send the video for free via email or Facebook.

Now let’s view the most popular JibJab templates for various occasions.


Here are quick filters which will help you find a funny birthday ecard or video depending on the recipient gender or character.

In Bithdays category there are 332 templates and only one called Singing Cake is free. Unfortunately, you can add a custom photo onto it.

Among Premium ones, draw attention to Tequila Birthday (4 people), Roller Disco Female (1 person), and I Feel Good (1 person).


There is only one free template – Hall of Presidents, where adding your custom heads is not available.

How do I create video #yearinreview2017 on Facebook

To create a video and upload them to Facebook, click on the application in use and lower wait "request video."
Wait for the completion of the processing will have a video for you to Share on Facebook
Facebook wishes you a Happy New Year

New Year's Eve celebration in Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
New Year is the time at which a new calendar year begins and the calendar's year count increments by one. Many cultures celebrate the event in some manner.

 The New Year of the Gregorian calendar, today mostly in use, falls on 1 January (New Year's Day), as was the case both in the old Roman calendar (at least after about 713 BCE) and in the Julian calendar that succeeded it.

 The order of months was January to December in the Old Roman calendar during the reign of King Numa Pompilius in about 700 BCE, according to Plutarch and Macrobius, and has been in continuous use since that time. Many countries, such as the Czech Republic, Italy, Spain, the UK, and the United States, mark 1 January as a national holiday.

To create a video and upload them to Facebook, click on the application in use and lower wait "request video."
Wait for the completion of the processing will have a video for you to Share on Facebook
Facebook wishes you a Happy New Year

Get your video now

Facebook wishes you a Happy New Year

New Year 

During the Middle Ages in western Europe, while the Julian calendar was still in use, authorities moved New Year's Day variously, depending upon locale, to one of several other days, among them: 1 March, 25 March, Easter, 1 September, and 25 December. These New Year's Day changes generally reverted to using January 1 before or during the various local adoptions of the Gregorian calendar, beginning in 1582. The change from March 25 – Lady Day, one of the four quarter days – to January 1 took place in Scotland in 1600, before the ascension of James VI of Scotland to the throne of England in 1603 and well before the formation of the Kingdom of Great Britain in 1707. In England and Wales (and in all British dominions, including Britain's American colonies), 1751 began on March 25 and lasted 282 days, and 1752 began on January 1.[2] For more information about the changeover from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar and the effect on the dating of historical events etc., see Old Style and New Style dates.
ظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظظA great many other calendars have seen use historically in different parts of the world; some such calendars count years numerically, while others do not. The expansion of Western culture during recent centuries has seen such widespread official adoption of the Gregorian calendar that its recognition and that of January 1 as the New Year has become virtually global. (Note for example the New Year celebrations held in Dubai to mark the start of 2014, which broke the world record for the most fireworks set off in a single display,[3] lasting for six minutes and including the use of over 500,000 fireworks.)

Nevertheless, regional or local use of other calendars persists, along with the cultural and religious practices that accompany them. Many places (such as Israel, China, and India) also celebrate New Year at the times determined by these other calendars. In Latin America the observation of traditions belonging to various native cultures continues according to their own calendars, despite the domination of recently arrived cultures. The most common dates of modern New Year's celebrations are listed below, ordered and grouped by their alignment relative to the Gregorian calendar.

Messenger’s 2017 Year in Review

Over the holidays we all want to take time to celebrate, reflect and stay in touch with the people we love. It’s been 25 years since the first text message was sent, sparking a revolution in how we keep in touch with each other, 

and we’ve come a long way since then. The art of conversation has evolved, and we’re no longer limited by just text. Just think about it, now you can group video chat with masks, choose from thousands of emojis or GIFs to add more color to your messages, and immediately capture and share photos, even when you’re already in a conversation.

At Messenger, we know that every message matters and we’re focused on helping people say what they want to say, however they want to say it. Through GIFs, videos, group conversations or group video chats, Messenger gives people the freedom to connect in the way that is most relevant to them — expressive, humorous, visual, heartfelt or simply convenient.
By understanding how people are messaging today, we can continue to make Messenger the best place to connect with the people you care about most. We’re excited to look back over the year, and highlight the top ways we saw Messenger’s 1.3 billion strong global community connect and share with each other in 2017.
Video chat took a leap forward.
Chatting face-to-face is perfect for those spontaneous moments when text just isn’t enough. We heard from people that they wanted more than just one-to-one video chats, which is why we launched group video chat about a year ago. The experience is the same whether you’re on Android or iOS — and we introduced a few new Augmented Reality features – like masks, filters and reactions – in June to make your video chats more fun and expressive.
  • Overall, there were 17 billion realtime video chats on Messenger, marking two times as many video chat sessions in 2017 compared to 2016.
  • People video chatted across each other all around the world — including Antarctica! We can only imagine how awesome it was to share a moment in front of icebergs and penguins with friends and family back home.

Visual messaging brings our conversations to life.
Visual messaging is now our new universal language, making our conversations more joyful, impactful, and let’s face it, a whole lot more fun! This year we continued investing in our powerful and fast camera, pre-loaded with thousands of stickers, frames and other effects to make your conversations better than ever. Here’s how people expressed themselves and added delight to their conversations this year:
  • People shared over 500 billion emojis in 2017 😲, or nearly 1.7 billion every day 😍
  • GIFs are a popular choice too, with 18 billion GIFs shared in 2017

We’re connecting more than ever.
We believe in the power of messaging to make meaningful connections. While some cultural pundits would argue that messaging makes us isolated, what we’ve found is that messaging actually brings us closer together.
  • On average, there are over 7 billion conversations taking place on Messenger every day in 2017.
  • At the same time, on average, 260 million new conversation threads were started every day in 2017.
  • The holidays are popular times to connect with each other online as well as offline. New Years, Mother’s Day, and Valentine’s Day were three of the top five most active days for chats on Messenger.

And it’s all about the power of groups.
This year we introduced several new features to make group chats in Messenger more fun and useful, including @mentions, now it’s easy to jump right back in to the conversation to answer someone’s question or to provide a response, and reactions, giving you an option quickly showing acknowledgement or expressing how you feel in an easy way with an emoji. We found that 2017 was both a year to connect with the people you care about most, as well as the groups of people you care about most:
  • In 2017, 2.5 million new groups were created on Messenger EVERY day
  • The average group chat includes 10 people.
  • Since launching in March, people shared more than 11 billion reactions, up from two billion shared in June. The most popular reaction in a group conversation is 😆
  • Of course, reactions are just as fun in 1:1 conversations, too. The most popular reaction in 1:1 conversations is 😍
  • We offer people on Messenger fun ways to customize their group chats. The most popular custom emoji is the red heart, and the most popular custom chat color is red.
As the year comes to a close, we want to extend a big thank you to our Messenger community – we are so happy to be part of your every day lives and we can’t wait to help you chat longer, play games, take great photos or message a business in 2018! Thank you for trusting us with your messages that matter.
*Methodology – the Messenger data is reflective of January 2017 through November 2017

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