It has been debated in the past and the debate is still ongoing with regards of what photos are considered to be appropriate/inappropriate when shared on social media. For example we’ve seen photos with bare butts taken down despite there being nothing sexual about them, but if you’d like to ensure your photos are not flagged, Pornhub might have the answer for you.

The company has recently launched a new app called TrickPics and according to the company, it is an augmented reality app with filters that aren’t dissimilar to what apps such as Snapchat is offering. However as expected with Pornhub, it is clear that these AR filters are meant to be used for NSFW purposes.

The app’s (vague) description reads, “Introducing TrickPics, the newest way to transform your boring old photos into something special! Our app uses augmented reality filters to add a dash of fun to your images. With more than 15 filters to choose from, there’s no end to the possibilities!” The screenshots also don’t really tell us much, but if you check out the introductory video above, it is clear that this app has been designed to (tastefully) censor your nudies.

We haven’t tried it for ourselves so we can’t really speak to how effective it is, but it is a free download so if you’re interested in checking it out then head on over to the iTunes App Store for the download. Pornhub is also offering users a free Pornhub Premium Trial for users who tag the company in their photos.

Filed in Cellphones. Read more about Apps, Augmented Reality (AR).

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