Anyone can transform their looks with the click of a mouse, although the results aren't permanent. If you've ever lusted after smaller hips, a bigger bust and a narrow nose then this new app might be for you. Because with the help of a few clicks, you can find out what you'd look like with bigger boobs, a Kardashian -esque bum and other results - without going under the knife. This new app shows what the user would turn out like if they underwent plastic surgery. You can nip and tuck, straighten, brighten and do almost anything you want by simply uploading a photo of yourself. But while it might sound appealing, be warned that the app won't always render lifelike results - and you might be put off by what does appear on screen.
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News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. NEW apps let you modify your body to see what having a cosmetic op would look like. People considering plastic surgery can fiddle with the size of almost any body part without the hassle of a costly consultation. The Plastic Surgery Simulator allows you to upload a photograph and alter the size by selecting a body part and stretching it to your desired size or shape. Apps that connect you to a doctor include Mod Your Body, which links you to Dr Navin Singh, and Zwivel allows you to browse consultants by their credentials. Ahead of the curve: Meet the plus-sized models who are the next big thing. Clean cuisine: From a cuppa to chicken dinner, we test what you can cook in your washing machine.
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It's now launching some extra features and a brand new HD version for the iPad. Apple has just approved the new Wobble HD and Google has also given the green light for the Android version. Currently available for download at Apple's iTunes Appstore, and the Android Marketplace, this software, developed by Australia 's Silicon Spark pty ltd, a private company based in South East Queensland , provides users the ability to animate any given part of a photo on the iPhone, iPod touch or iPad into realistic 3D animations driven by the actual movement of the device. Whereas iBoobs was developed with seemingly limited scope, the Wobble applications allow users to apply "wobbles" to any part of any photo be it breasts, arms, legs etc.