Mirror Free reflects cheap gimmickry

Aug 30, 2009
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The Mirror app. The paid version could come in handy for those looking to find that stray poppy seed or leaf of spinach lodged between their incisors before an that big important meeting or big job interview. Of course, so can an actual mirror, which is likely far easier to come by and is bound […]

The Mirror app. The paid version could come in handy for those looking to find that stray poppy seed or leaf of spinach lodged between their incisors before an that big important meeting or big job interview. Of course, so can an actual mirror, which is likely far easier to come by and is bound to work a whole lot better. 

By holding the iPhone or iPod Touch at just the right angle, you’ll be rewarded with a glimpse of your fetching mug. The app also allows you to change between an intricate silver frame to a more rustic aged wooden one. What it lacks in functionality, it makes up for in variety — there is a handful of frames to choose from from which to choose. This imperfect app is ideal for for people who still celebrate the iPhone as a status symbol.

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David Wolinsky

David Wolinsky is the Chicago city editor for The Onion's A.V. Club and is also the  undisputed 1994 Blockbuster store champion at collecting bananas in Donkey Kong Country.

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