Take a Selfie a Day for a You-Centered Movie of Your Life

Take a Selfie a Day for a You-Centered Movie of Your Life

Stop posting the same pics of yourself to social media and make a facilitated time-lapse instead with Everyday app

Charlie Stephens
  • 16 april 2015

Despite popular belief, not everyone who takes selfies is a self-absorbed narcissist. We can take pictures of ourselves to record our lives, share our experiences, and track our appearances (to a certain extent, at least). Making this easier is a new app called Everyday, which reminds you to take a photo of yourself every day and then turns those pics into a movie of your life. Now, selfies can be more useful and entertaining than ever before.

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