You’ve probably seen some cartoon-style images in your feeds if you’ve accessed Twitter or Instagram in the last 24 hours or so. It’s all because to Voila AI Artist – best cartoon yourself app for iPhone, the newest smartphone app that everyone is talking about right now, which allows users to upload an image from their camera roll or shoot a fresh one, then convert it into 2D and 3D cartoons to make themselves appear like Disney and Pixar characters. Other features in this iOS and Android cartoon face app include the ability to make a caricature of yourself and a version of your image that seems like a centuries-old painting.
Wemagine.AI created the Voilà AI Artist Cartoon Photo app, which has a free edition as well as a subscription tier that removes the watermark and gives you other perks like quicker uploads. As per the “About” section of the Wemagine.AI webpage, the team behind what’s become everyone’s new favorite and best cartoon yourself app for iPhone includes “two founders, creative directors, creators and developers who are passionate about combining human’s creativity and AI’s capabilities to create remarkable products. Our first app, Voilà Ai Artist, was crafted to turn your photos into fun masterpieces such as Renaissance era painting, Pixar inspired cartoon, hand drawn caricature and more!”
These kinds of “‘toon-yourself” apps that seem to go viral once in a while, as well as others that generate various visual tricks like “ageing” the face in an uploaded photo (remember FaceApp, which swept the pre-Covid internet by storm?) have something very entertaining and appealing about them.
In the meantime, you can see some fun instances of Voila AI’s app – a photo to cartoon app – in action below, including some that the app’s creator shared on social media — such as cartoon-style versions of characters from Sex and the City, as well as a cartoon version of Loki, the star of the new Disney+ Marvel series Loki: The God of Mischief.
You’ll note at the top of this piece of the best cartoon yourself app for iPhone that it’s none other than Eleven from Netflix’s smash show Stranger Things who has been subjected to the Voila AI magic. I’ve also noticed a number of news organizations attempting to join in the fun by AI-ifying its crews and publishing the results on social media.