dailyzombie? there’s an App for that!

The App of the Dead… an iPhone, iPod, and iPad, compatible app that allows you to turn any humans picture you take into a ZOMBIE! Released June 3, 2010 by the king of Zombies himself, George A. Romero in anticipation of his new Zombie movie Survival of the Dead.

Of course your app gadget has to have some sort of picture capability, then you will have two ways to turn your human into a zombie. The first is to take a daily snapshot of your subject then use the app to create the ZoM-beH with over 20 special effects the app carries! The second method to turn your subject into one of the undead is to transfer one of you’re existing photos from your photo gallery into the App then adjust the effects, either way once you create your monster you can share it with your friends! (…learn more after the jump…)


or… George A. Romero’s App of the dead (Credit: appsofthedead.com)

Get it directly from iTunes, or for more information go directly to the App of the Dead official app site.

This Zombie app is probably your safest way to turn your friends, family, and or enemies into somebody different, somebody with less words and more… brains! or less brains? Whatever the case may be, this is a safe alternative to symbolize your “love” to your “loved ones” in a Zombie sort of way.

On a side note… this makes me think… If I were a Zombie would I be satisfied with my life?

How many zombie apps do you own?

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  1. June 7, 2010

    […] the theatrical release of George A. Romero’s survival of the dead is his new app called the App of the Dead. The new app allows users to turn pictures of themselves into an official personalized Zombie […]

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