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​This App Flawlessly Cuts Your Ex Out Of Photos

​This App Flawlessly Cuts Your Ex Out Of Photos

When your heart is broken the last thing you want to be doing is seeing your ex in every photo album you look at.

And now, while you console yourself with a tub of ice cream, there's a handy new app which will flawlessly remove your ex from your pictures digitally. Meaning you're able to revisit all your favourite moments without the sad reminder that ex was also around.

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Krome can seamlessly remove your ex from pictures so you can still appreciate how flawless you looked that day without having to stare at the person who broke your heart and send them back to you digitally in 24 hours.

Credit: Krome Studio
Credit: Krome Studio

You can pretend your ex never existed with Krome Studio.

All you have to do is pick a picture and upload it, you then choose a level of edition that can cost between £2.32 ($3) to £9.27 ($12).

And in 24 hours you have your new partner free photo sent to you digitally.

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You're probably not too interested in how they remove them, as long as your ex has disappeared right?

Credit: Krome Studio
Credit: Krome Studio

But if you wanted to know they use AI technology as well as real life editors to rescue you from heartbreak as quickly as they can.

Speaking to Cosmopolitan, Eduardo Llach, founder and CEO of Krome Photos, explained that sometimes their editors can turn the photos around earlier than the 24 hour time frame.

He also added that removing a person costs £6.94 ($9) the first time on the app, then it is £9.26 ($12) anytime after that.

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Users also get one free re-edit if they need it.

Krome could also come in pretty handy if you want to make your ex think you've been travelling the world as they can edit you flawlessly into pictures of famous landmarks.

So while you're sat at home on you 10th re-run of Bridget Jones' Diary with a glass of wine your ex will actually think you've been travelling the world.

Eduardo Llach said: "In the old days our car or our house represented who we were.

"Now, your online persona is everything and people are realising that photos give you the ability to create whoever you want to be."

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Topics: Life News, Real, Sex & Relationships

Mark Cunliffe

Mark is a writer at LADbible with a creative writing background and a history working at some of Manchester's biggest agencies. He loves football and music that screams a lot.

 

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