A new app called Doublicat allows users personalize GIFs by morphing their own faces onto them, commonly known online as a deepfake.
The Doublicat app Image: doublicatOnce you have a photo saved in your profile, you’re free to explore the app’s collection of GIFs and pick which one you want to put yourself into.
At that point, you’re just the touch of a button away from seeing your face on a popular GIF and having night terrors about it for weeks.
If you want to show your friends and family some sincerely cursed GIFs, consider giving this a try.
However, Doublicat told Mashable that updates will be coming to allow users to upload their own GIFs, search for GIFs in-app, and use pictures from their phone’s camera roll.

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