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12:55 PM | 5 November 2013

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A humorous comic strip of all my friends has been bombarding my Facebook pages these last few days, Bitstrips allows users to create their very own cartoon alter-ego of themselves and their friends.

A humorous comic strip of all my friends has been bombarding my Facebook pages these last few days. A nice colourful thing called ‘Bitstrips’ is the latest app to the take the mobiles by storm. I must admit, it has added a touch of colour to my newsfeed. 

Bitstrip allows users to create their very own cartoon alter-ego of themselves and their friends and watch it transform into a funny comic strip. As well as uploading a comic strip you can also add an amusing tagline to the bottom. So far more than 11 million people have downloaded Bitstrips since its launch but it looks like the craze won’t last long as some people are failing to see the funny side of the strip and it’s constant use.

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