Facebook has released a new app for iPhone users called Whale. This app has only been launched on the App Store, and only users in Canada can download it now. The new whale app allows users to create their own memes. It allows users to use images from their phones in addition to stock photos. They can then use text, effects, and other tools to create their memes. Facebook’s New Product Experimentation (NPE) team developed the Whale App.
The whale app is NPE’s new experimental app that has so far only been launched in Canada, according to Appotia – cited by Information. The free-to-use app has no hidden subscription pricing, and allows you to use a variety of editing tools to create a meme. Users can snap a real-time picture, choose from their camera roll, or browse through a library of stock images. They can then add creative text, emojis, filters and popular effects to make memes more relevant and humorous. These creations can then be saved and shared on social media, or message threads.
Features inside the app include two-grid- three-grid, four-grid or blank canvas layouts, a freeform draw tool, emojis and customizable sticker options, and effects such as laser eyes, whirlpools, bulge and more. The information report also stated that a Facebook spokesperson cited those apps as saying that NPE team’s apps could be shut down quickly and aimed at helping the company discover those new features and services. Whom people like. It can be a test app that may never see a release outside of Canada, or it can be launched to a wider audience after testing is completed.