The Gateway Arch, stylized via Van Gogh's "Starry Night."
Pikazo, the homegrown app
that allows you to remix your iPhone photos in the style of Picasso, Klimt or really any other image saved to your phone, made its debut at the app store last night.
Retail price? $2.99. And that buys you unlimited Pikazo versions of your snapshots. "That can't last forever, so if people are interested now is the time to buy," notes Noah Rosenberg, who developed the app with his partner, Karl Stiefvater.
See also: Born in St. Louis, Pikazo Is Going to Be the Next Big Photo App
The app was built in the Cherokee Street coworking space Nebula, which is home to a number of startup businesses. And after its trial run in beta mode, it's not just St. Louis that's fallen for Pikazo. Today the app is being featured on Product Hunt
, the go-to site for anyone interested in the latest and greatest innovations.
Says Rosenberg, "We'd love to have St. Louisans check out the conversation and show the world that really great products can come from our awesome city!"
St. Louis, you know what to do.
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