Makaron, an AI-powered "Photoshop for smartphones," has over 20m users

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Want to make your photo look like it was taken anywhere in the world – even if you were not physically there? Photo-editing app Makaron allows you to do this within a few seconds using your mobile phone

In 2017, ex-Huawei algorithm scientist Zhao Weijie and serial entrepreneur Cai Tianyi launched Makaron, an AI-powered photo-editing app to rival Photoshop. Originally known as Versa, the duo's app has taken smartphone photo editing to a whole new level by allowing subjects and backgrounds to be edited separately.On the Apple App Store page for Makaron, video and photo illustrations show a girl duplicating her image in a photo to make it look like she is having afternoon tea with herself and changing the photo's background to make it appear like it was taken in Paris – editing done entirely on...
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