Time for some camera fun with Face in Hole for BlackBerry 10

By James Richardson on 26 Jul 2013 09:43 am EDT

Time for a bit of fun with Face in Hole which is available for all BlackBerry 10 smartphones. While this wont be everyone's cup of tea - if you fancy a giggle then check this one out. Face in Hole is free to download and with the free version you have access to eight comical images that you can insert your face into. If those eight are not enough you can purchase the rest of the pack for $2 through an in-app purchase.

Once the app is opened it's just a case of selecting which image you wish to use and then the camera will open up. You can easily toggle between the front and rear cameras depending if you are taking a shot of yourself or a buddy. If you wish to choose an existing photo you already have on your BlackBerry that option is there too which is nice to see. Once the photo is taken and you are happy with it just press the 'tick' tab and the image will be complete.

With a share tab you can send the funny photo to any of the accounts you have set up in your BlackBerry Hub or alternatively just save the image to your device.

If you fancy a giggle this one is worth grabbing just for the free options. I look good below don't I?

Face in Hole for BlackBerry 10 - James

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Reader comments

Time for some camera fun with Face in Hole for BlackBerry 10


Downloaded just fine on my VZW Z10. Oh wait, I'm on

GET YOUR L E A K ON, DUDE! Stop waiting for VZW...they have no love for Berry fans.

Verizon is really starting to piss me the F**k off!!!!!
I presume that one day when they finally decide to update our software, that the "Unavailable" apps will be able to be downloaded?

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I too am a Verizon customer, but I'm not waiting for them to roll out updates. Those of you waiting are driving yourselves crazy. Just help yourself to one of the many 10.1 leaks and make your life and BB10 experience a lot easier.

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Or just switch to T-Mobile if you don't spend a lot of time in the countryside. They had 10.1 first in the states, and will probably have 10.2 with wifi calling for low reception areas with wifi by the time Verizon has 10.1. And if you are privacy-minded, T-Mobile and Quest, if I remember correctly, were they only 2 of the major telecom companies to NOT illegally hand over call records to the US government way back in 2003 when it was asked of them.

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Well either I'm doing something wrong or this app is a piece of crap. It opens up the camera and the shutter goes when I click capture but I don't see how to paste the face into the picture.


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