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I’d Cap That

IUTA Score
5.7
Price: FREE

I’d Cap That by Krisp is an entertainment app that gives hysterical captions to your photos.  Beware that the captions can sometimes be crude, however, there is a disclaimer upon downloading the app.  As soon as I saw the examples of pictures with captions on the iTunes page, I had to try it out.  I will say, I wondered how the app could actually add a caption that would make sense to each specific picture.  I mean, it’s simple to add a caption, but how does the app know how to reference each picture with a caption that ties together?  To my disappointment, the answer to my question was that I’d Cap That doesn’t tie the picture to a caption.  The captions are quirky and funny, but they don’t always make sense.  For instance, I had I’d Cap That, caption a picture of my fiancé and his 10-month-old niece.  The caption read, “This is provocative.” Not only did it not make any sense at all, but also it was disgusting, since the caption had the word “provocative” in it referring to an image with of a baby!  I also tried I’d Cap That to a picture of my dad and my 4-year-old nephew; the caption read, “Now that’s how you get pink eye.” How sick is that?? GROSS!  I will say that if you are ONLY using I’d Cap That on pictures of you and your friends at the bar, it will probably work – at least once in a while.  If it did work, it would be hilarious!  However, I’d Cap That does not work like it shows in the images on the iTunes page!  Both images and captions shown on that page aren’t crude at all, yet they tie in perfectly with the picture!  The app does not do that.  I guess I don’t really know how it could do that, but I had a little faith that it would because of the examples.  If you use it on funny pictures from the bar or just messing around with your of-age friends, you will probably enjoy it!  So, JUST try it on those!

 

iTunes lists I’d Cap That‘s features as such:

  • Hundreds of random, hilarious captions
  • Never repeats the same caption
  • Send to your friends immediately
  • Choose a pic from your library or use the camera
  • Tweet your capped pic in the app

 

 

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I’d Cap That

IUTA Score
5.7
Price: FREE