Although this app is just about two years old, The Google Arts and Culture app soared to the top of the iTunes chart this week, and took the nation by storm. Google’s app, one of many from the internet giant, is designed to introduce the world to fine art, now allows users to take a selfie, and compare themselves to works of great art. Here are some of the best Tweets about this fun new featureQ
Wow this google arts and culture app is scary accurate pic.twitter.com/z9nEXOWg8b
— blake j (@BlakeJ98) January 15, 2018
GET THE GOOGLE ARTS AND CULTURE APP IT HAS A PART WHERE YOU CAN TAKE A SELFIE AND IT TELLS YOU WHAT PAINTING YOU LOOK LIKE I LOOK LIKE THIS POP ART HOUSEWIFE APPARENTLY pic.twitter.com/IMcec2u2bZ
— Lauren Brandt 🦈 (@Lauren_Brandt_) January 12, 2018
— Dazed (@Dazed) January 17, 2018
Check out Google's Arts & Culture app that lets you take a selfie, then compares it to thousands of museum paintings!
— appsbar (@appsbar) January 15, 2018
tried that google arts selfie thing and wtf?? pic.twitter.com/KdwD5iJdsV
— YUNG BUGMAN (@YUNG_BOHEMIAN) January 14, 2018
Everybody’s doing that Google Arts and Culture thing to match their selfie with a famous painting. I tried it but am not exactly pleased with the result. pic.twitter.com/7BfesaqAEx
— Parks Stephenson (@ParksStephenson) January 16, 2018
— Cheryl Z (@FeralCherylZ) January 14, 2018
Step 1: download Google Arts & Culture
Step 2: take selfie
Step 3: find your art twin pic.twitter.com/dDQNdz0FfY
— moflake ❄️ (@mopetting) January 14, 2018
— 🌶 Tovarisch (@nwbtcw) January 13, 2018
i’m mostly hurt by how bad the google arts & culture selfie camera is, not by there matches. pic.twitter.com/VZBoKkJsB4
— jeff meltz lmao (@thecultureofme) January 13, 2018
— Erin~ (@erin_whitten04) January 17, 2018
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