A facial fitness certification may sound like a great idea for those who want to boost their selfies, but many people are not getting the results they want.
The online photo sharing app Instagram recently released a new update for its facial fitness app, which is available for download on iOS and Android.
According to Instagram, the update adds a “more comprehensive” set of tools to help users achieve a “smoother” selfie than before.
The updated app includes a “FaceTime Face ID,” which is a system for “tracking your face and body movements in real time,” according to Instagram.
This allows users to “identify your face with an app-generated image of your face that can be used in the app to create a selfie.”
Instagram has also included a new “face-tracking mode,” which allows users “to measure your face’s facial expressions and facial muscle tone” as well as other features.
Users can also use facial training tools to improve their selfies.
Users also can use “FaceBoom to make selfies look more lifelike by adding facial expressions, facial muscles, and facial expressions from a crowd of friends.”
Instagames also are seeing an uptick in popularity as a way to attract new users to the service.
The social network recently launched an app for people to “create and share funny, cute, and edgy videos.”
In addition, many games have also been gaining popularity.
Facebook’s virtual reality app, Oculus Rift, is now available on iOS.
The social network has also added a new VR app called “Oculus Touch,” which provides an “experience that feels like you are actually touching the virtual world.”
Facebook also announced that it is “working with a number of game studios to deliver a full suite of new experiences for Oculus Touch users.”
Other video game developers are also expanding their offerings for virtual reality.
The game “DotA 2” is now out on iOS, and the game “League of Legends” is currently in the works.
While some players are getting disappointed with the latest update, others are embracing it, and have even started using it as an excuse to show off their new facial tattoos.