What's My Picture Social App Is a Game for Friends

Software developer, Saritasa, LLC, announces the release of the What’s My Picture app for iPhone and Android devices, a social app that incorporates game making by letting users send photos, paired with a challenge word, to friends in a one-of-a-kind guessing game.

Harnessing the popular feature of photo sharing, What’s my Picture takes the popular app function one step further by incorporating game mechanics. The social app requires users to correctly guess the tagged word associated with the shared image in order to be able to send a picture back. Users snap a picture, or access an existing album, create a challenge word or message that gets displayed as blank tiles, then tag a hint, and send it off to share in a new form of social communication.

What’s My Picture easily creates instant entertainment for both parties involved. The social, gaming app extends beyond standard photo sharing apps, and can be used as an all-new way to tell friends what you’re doing, or simply act as a modern age guessing game for distraction. The main emphasis is on the social interaction created through photo sharing, but the added gaming feature provides added value, and allows users to be silly, serious, or competitive if they choose.

Users can create profiles by logging on through Facebook, making it easy to find and play Facebook friends, and then share solved photos to Facebook profiles. Alternatively, users can sign up through email and add friend’s usernames. The turn-based gameplay allows users to send photos to multiple friends and guess at any pace, with no time limit. If needed, hints are available from an in-app store, and the ad-free version of the app comes pre-loaded with 500 hints, while the free version includes 50 hints.

Whether a user is at the beach, headed to a concert or sitting at home, What’s My Picture is the new way to communicate, with a twist. This photo sharing, social app provides an exciting guessing game of images limited only by imagination.

What’s My Picture comes in two versions, both versions are available on iTunes and Google Play. The Ad-Free version is available for $0.99 and includes 500 hints, the free version includes 50 hints.

Saritasa and What's My Picture Social App

Saritasa, LLC, is a full-service web, mobile application and software company, with offices in Newport Beach, California, and Asia.

What’s My Picture: Snap. Hint. Send. Enjoy!

Real-time picture chatting takes on a gaming twist to transform otherwise ordinary conversations into intriguing guessing games. What’s My Picture is about sharing life’s quirky, outrageous, or even serious moments in a fun new way through images and hints.

Do you have inside jokes with friends and family? Will they get your hints? Find out with What’s My Picture. Just snap a picture, crop it, add a hint, send it, and let the guessing begin.
You can share your photo and hints with one person or with many people at once. You decide. So get snappin’ and have some fun with your photos...and friends!

Free verison is ad supported and contains 50 in game hints.

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