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How about making TOON-tastic cartoons from your selfies in no time?

Get your portrait re-drawn in cartoon or vector style automatically using the magic of Artificial Intelligence in ToonMe. What used to take several days to be made and could only be ordered from professional artists is now available with just one tap, making you your own digital artist.

What you will find inside:
- full-body cartoon maker;
- vector portrait templates;
- lots of simple layouts and sophisticated designs.

So are you ready to sport your freshly TOONed profile picture? Let's get started!
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    Photography
  • Get it on:

    Go Google Play com.vicman.toonmeapp
  • Requirements:

    Android Varies with device+

ToonMe - cartoons from photos Varies with device APK for Android Varies with device+

Version Varies with device for Android Varies with device+
Update on 2022-11-19
Installs 50.000.000++
File size 20.865.216 bytes
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What's new Magic is about to happen! Our fresh arrivals are ready to take your pictures to a new level. Update your app and treat yourself to the latest portion of amazing styles! This update also brings some bug fixes and improvements. Enjoy!

FAQs

  • ToonMe for Android is a specialized app designed for tracing photos into a cartoon or Pixar-style recreation. The app mimics the styles of various styles and artists.
  • How to use Toonme
    • Visit the website. toonme.com.
    • Tap Choose Photo to select the picture you want to create a cartoon. Many people face the error The Thaiger recommends that you use a small image file. ...
    • After Toonme finishes processing, it will be like this There are many cartoon patterns to choose from.
  • Photos stored for up to two weeks The “pro” version costs .99 per month (about P240). However, while this application may appear safe at first glance, users should still pay attention to the privacy policy. ToonMe may indeed collect certain personal data from the user, as is the case on Facebook in particular.
  • How to use Toonme
    • Visit the website. toonme.com.
    • Tap Choose Photo to select the picture you want to create a cartoon. Many people face the error The Thaiger recommends that you use a small image file. 
    • After Toonme finishes processing, it will be like this There are many cartoon patterns to choose from.
  • Yes. ToonMe by TOONME.COM is very safe to use.
  • Although the app is initially free to download and use, there are extra features locked behind a monthly subscription. If you elect to purchase the subscription and are displeased, you can go to your Google Play account and cancel the membership.
  • ToonMe notes that “For non-registered users and users who don't share their results within the Services, the original photos and results are automatically removed from our servers by two weeks after the last interaction,” while registered users must request the removal of their images from the support team or delete ...
  • Pricing/Subscription Plans
  • The Toonme challenge was created by illustrator René Córdova, a Marvel illustrator based in Guadalajara, Mexico. Córdova created the challenge on January 7th by sharing a selfie that was half photograph and half illustration.
  • Subscriptions on Google Play renew automatically unless you unsubscribe....Manage your subscriptions on Google Play
    • Open the Google Play app .
    • At the top right, tap the profile icon.
    • Tap Payments & subscriptions. Subscriptions.
    • Select the subscription you want to cancel.
    • Tap Cancel subscription.
    • Follow the instructions.
  • Yes. ToonMe by TOONME.COM is very safe to use.
  • Toonme is an art challenge, where artists create a stylized autoportrait – usually in cartoon style. It's based on an actual photo – the artwork is divided into half. One half is the actual photo, the other half is the illustration.
  • ToonMe notes that “For non-registered users and users who don't share their results within the Services, the original photos and results are automatically removed from our servers by two weeks after the last interaction,” while registered users must request the removal of their images from the support team or delete ...
  • ToonMe is a free photo editing app that changes normal pictures into cartoon drawings.
  • Just like that automatic image-editing application developed in Russia, ToonMe offers a free version with advertising. The “pro” version costs .99 per month (about P240).
  • 20 best apps to cartoon yourself on Android. Camart.Photo Effects Pro.Sketch Me!PopCam.BeFunky Photo Editor.Pencil Sketch Effects.Pencil Sketch.Comica.
  • How does Toonme work? To fulfil your inner Disney dreams, upload a photo of yourself and let technology do the rest. Your photo will be ready in no time, and you can scroll through the variety of filters Toonme offers. Don't like the picture?
  • So it should come as no surprise that a smartphone app called TwinFACE, now available on the Google Play store, is designed to transform your selfie into an anime character.
  • The Toonme challenge was created by illustrator René Córdova, a Marvel illustrator based in Guadalajara, Mexico. Córdova created the challenge on January 7th by sharing a selfie that was half photograph and half illustration.
  • The application, also accessible via its site, also indicates that it uses “special face recognition technologies,” which, in the event of hacking, could be dangerous for internet users who have used their own photograph.
  • Because of this, Chinese companies have developed cutting edge social media applications to keep everyone connected and up to date with the latest news and trends.. WeChat. WeChat has become the breakout messaging app in China, equivalent to WhatsApp. ... QQ. ... Weibo. ... AliPay. ... Douyin / TikTok. ... Youku. ... BiliBili. ... Pinduoduo.
  • WeChat is a messaging, mobile payment, and social media app developed by Chinese conglomerate Tencent. With high functionality, it is often called the Chinese “app for everything”.
  • However, while this application may appear safe at first glance, users should still pay attention to the privacy policy. ToonMe may indeed collect certain personal data from the user, as is the case on Facebook in particular. Name, e-mail address and “social network information” may be retained.
  • Interestingly enough, ToonMe is also the only non-Chinese app that got into the Chinese top 100. If we dare to say that the app market in China is 'all Chinese' to us, it's not just a figure of speech, as it has always been dominated by Chinese apps.
  • Jack Black. ToonMe is published by Linerock Investments LTD on Google Play for Android and Informe Laboratories, Inc. on the Apple Store; meanwhile, the app was developed by Photo Lab, in their own words, a group of photo editing gurus.
  • ToonMe is a free photo editing app that changes normal pictures into cartoon drawings.
  • Manage your subscriptions on Google Play
    • Open the Google Play app .
    • At the top right, tap the profile icon.
    • Tap Payments & subscriptions. Subscriptions.
    • Select the subscription you want to cancel.
    • Tap Cancel subscription.
    • Follow the instructions.
  • Just like that automatic image-editing application developed in Russia, ToonMe offers a free version with advertising. The "pro" version costs US.99 per month.
  • ToonMe is a free photo editing app that changes normal pictures into cartoon drawings.
  • You can cancel some subscriptions in Google Pay.
    • Sign in to Subscriptions.
    • Find the subscription you want to cancel and tap or click Manage.
    • Choose Cancel subscription. If you don't find this option, click Manage subscription to go to the Google product you subscribed through. You can cancel the subscription there.
  • Toonme is an art challenge, where artists create a stylized autoportrait – usually in cartoon style. It's based on an actual photo – the artwork is divided into half. One half is the actual photo, the other half is the illustration.
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