Use the ghost image for allignment

After you take your first shot, Groopic gives you a ghost image overlay so the second photographer can line up the background for the second pic. Read full review
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Leave room on the sides!

In our first test shot, the group pic turned out well, with no artifacts to speak of, but I didn't leave enough room on the left side of the shot. Read full review
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Add filters

The app comes with a few different filters to add to your image. There's nothing out of the ordinary here, but it's nice to be able to spice up your photo a little bit. Read full review
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Share your pic

Groopic offers the standard options for sharing your photo, with Facebook, Twitter, e-mail, and via SMS message. You also can copy the image or print it out directly. Read full review
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So many possibilities

While I did the most obvious trick of putting myself on each side of the picture, there are numerous ways to use the app to make funny group shots. Read full review
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