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6 Good iPad Apps to Turn Pictures Into Cartoons and Comics

6 Good iPad Apps to Turn Pictures Into Cartoons and Comics
November 23, 2014 I spent sometime this weekend curating and working on the list of iPad apps below. These are apps that students can use to create beautiful cartoons to use in their multimedia projects or in activities that involve comic strips, digital storytelling, presentations and many more. All of these apps are easy to use and do not require any advanced technical skill. Some of the things students can do with these apps include: take pictures and turn them into cartoons, capture cartoon videos, draw cartoon sketches, customize and add different effects to pictures, convert photos into cartoon avatars, and many more. 1- XnSketch XnSketch allows you to turn your photos into drawing, cartoons or sketch images. Sketches Cartoon Me is a easy to use and funny app that lets you convert your photos into sketches or cartoon avatars by applying up to 14 different image effects. 3- My Cartoon My Cartoon is an iPad app that lets you turn your photos and videos into beautiful cartoons.

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