HipstaCam lets anyone turn themselves into a hipster using 140 goofy and playful photo stickers.
Built in: Obective-C
HipstaCam is a reskin of a source code Nexus developed for the app StupidFox.
In HipstaCam, users can:
- add stickers to their photos
- swipe to switch photo filters
- add comic text to their pictures
- message their final images to friends or share on social media
The app monetizes with in-app purchases, which allow users to buy new packs of stickers.
Nexus sold the app to Flamethrower, an app holding company owned by Conrad Windham. After successfully founding and running multiple mining companies, Conrad shifted his attention to managing digital assets for passive income.