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LEGO’s First Official iPhone App Isn’t What You’d Expect, But Is Still Pretty Neat

LEGO iPhone App (Images courtesy Gizmodo)
By Andrew Liszewski

The mere mention of an official iPhone LEGO app might make you excited about building virtual police cars and pirate ships during your commute in the morning, but I’m afraid you’ll have to put those dreams on hold. LEGO’s first venture into mobile apps is actually a photography program that will pixelate any photo you take, or shots already in your iPhone’s Photo Library. Tapping a LEGO-ized photo also refreshes the color palette of the bricks being used if you’re not happy with the apps first conversion attempt, and the modified shots can be saved out to your Photo Library once you’re pleased with the results. Free from the iTunes App Store, available right now.

[ iTunes - LEGO Photo ] VIA [ Gizmodo ]








  • Batman

    Ok, but then does it tell you which bricks to use (size, color) to make the photo? That would be really cool….

  • Jessicat

    Yea they look like 1×1, those are hard to gather. I think if they used more realistic blocks, this would be doable.

  • Jessicat

    Yea they look like 1×1, those are hard to gather. I think if they used more realistic blocks, this would be doable.