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About this app

Post3D is the first and only Android application which allows to create 3D photos without special tricks or equipment. Just open a photo with Post3D application. The photo will be automatically converted to 3D. You can edit depth and blur effects and share it in popular social networks or via messenger. Don't forget that you can also create and share animated 3D GIF (available in photo preview menu).
Try it, play it, share it!

Some devices support taking 3D ready photos which have better quality 3D effect. Just take a picture in Portrait, Lens Blur, Live Focus or Bokeh mode*:

Google - Portrait, Lens Blur mode
Xiaomi - Portrait mode
Samsung - Live Focus mode
Sharp - Bokeh mode
Huawei - Aperture mode

List of supported models you can find below:

· Google Pixel 1, 2, 3 (XL)
· Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S
· Xiaomi Mi Mix 3
· Xiaomi Mi8
· Xiaomi Mi9 (SE)
· Xiaomi Mi9T Pro
· Xiaomi Mi CC9
· Xiaomi Mi 9 T (Pro)
· Xiaomi Mi Note 10 Pro
· Xiaomi Mi 10
· Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 Pro
· Xiaomi Redmi Note 8 Pro
· Xiaomi Redmi K20 (Pro)
· Xiaomi Redmi K30 (Pro)
· Samsung M30s
· Samsung Galaxy A50
· Samsung Galaxy A70
· Samsung Galaxy A71
· Samsung S8 Note
· Samsung S9 Note
· Samsung S10 (Plus)
· Samsung S20
· Sharp Aquos S2
· Honor 7X
· Honor 8X
· Huawei nova 3i
· Huawei P10
· Huawei P20 Pro
· Huawei P30
· Huawei P30 Pro
· Huawei P30 lite
· Huawei P40
· Huawei Mate 20 X
· Huawei Mate 20 Pro
· Huawei Mate 30 Pro
· Huawei Mate 40
· Huawei Honor 20
· Huawei Honor 10I

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Updated on
Feb 2, 2021

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128 reviews
March 12, 2021
Other apps are not this good in creating 3d photos like facebook. I didn't think this app that hasn't been downloaded by millions of people would do this great of a job. Very nice, please continue to improve the AI in creating 3D parallax! (Edit: Now that you mention it, the app actually did that. I realized I need to wait a few seconds until the app finished scanning, then it goes to the last image. Might be nicer if it goes to the last image first, and then scan the library.)
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March 12, 2021
Thank you for feedback! In regards to getting back to the last image - it supposed to work after the initial scan is completed. We'll double check and get back to you.
Steve Rand
November 26, 2020
Quite good! After another app stopped extracting the depth map from my Google Camera images I had to hunt for an alternative. This app does let you control depth and blur but most importantly extracts the depth information for you. It would be nice if the original image is saved with the depth map, and/or if the depth map was in the format that social media requires (imagename_depth.jpg).
5 people found this review helpful
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December 27, 2020
Thanks for feedback! We'll look into saving the depth map with the original image name. Thanks for the tip!
A Google user
March 4, 2020
You can not download/save any 3D images on your phone, if you "share" a picture to FB all you get is a link. To view the link you have to go to their external website. People can NOT view those 3D pictures directly on FB. Even to save the depth map you have to export it to something external like google drive or one drive and then download it again on the very same device. This is highly inefficient. The result on the external website DOES look quite okay but is not what someone expects from this app to be. Hope this might get fixed.
3 people found this review helpful
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March 6, 2020
Thank you for feedback. Exported depth maps are stored (by default) in Downloads folder (so you don't have to upload it to GDrive or anywhere else). Unfortunately FB doesn't allow to post 3D photos from external applications. Remember that you can export your image to GIF and share directly on FB

What's new

- fixed a bug on Google Pixel 5