3D Eye Free
By William Alexander
Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
Magic eye free app.
Use the power of the stereogram universe (not actually using the power of any close star systems) to view hidden objects within the image.
How to view them:
1. Hold the picture up to your nose and relax your focus.
2. Your eyes should be focused afar. Do not try to focus on the picture.
3. Slowly pull the picture away from your face, while still maintaining a distant focus.
4. Allow the picture to come into focus.
5. Repeat a few times until it works
Pickup and enjoy, ideal for killing time.
Over 20 images to flip through.
Scroll left and right through the images.
Tap the bottom right of screen to get a tip.
* email a friend
* change background colour
* oh and it's free
Pictures? What Pictures?
All I see are adverts. This author has clearly not thought this through at all. The moment I first started up the app I was amazed to see that the top 10% of the screen is taken up by an image which constantly reminds me of the name of the app, as though that's somehow important. Right underneath this is another 10% of the picture covered up by a garish advert deliberately designed to distract and draw the eye. Not ideal for a magic eye picture. But then a moment later a third 10% of the screen at the bottom was obscured by yet another garish and distracting advert. This left me with a thin strip of picture sandwiched between garish flashing adverts. I can normally see these 3d images easily, but I gave up immediately and deleted the app. Yes, I expect there is a paid version without apps, but frankly I would rather pay double the price for a rival version just as a matter of principle. A thoughtless author like this simply doesn't deserve paid loyalty. Don't waste your time with this one. This is not the app you are looking for.
I don't get what everyone is complaining about! I agree that the ads are pretty annoying, but they don't really distract you that much I don't think. I think that this is a fantastic app, the only problem is that there is only like 10 pics which I figured in under 2 mins.
Great free app
I was never able to see the picture when I looked at magic eye pictures in books but after a couple of minutes trying I can see the 3D here really well. The adds don't block it at all. Well worth a try - what have you got to lose it is a free app!
- Category: Entertainment
- Released: 22 May 2011
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 14.0 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: William Alexander
- © 2011 William Alexander
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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