It’s a feature which has been live in the app for US residents since December, but has been going viral over the past week and it’s now live in Australia. Now you too can your art doppelganger in a museum.
The selfie doppleganger search is also now open to residents of New Zealand as well as Canada who install the free app from Google Play.
It’s easy to try out the feature, just download the app, scroll down in the main ‘Home’ tab until you find the screen shown above. Tap ‘Get Started’, accept the privacy warning and the app takes a selfie and does the rest.
It’s hit and miss, none of mine worked well at all, but you can give it a go yourself. Celebs such as Pete Wentz, Felicia Day and Kumail Nanjiani have certainly been having fun with it.
This google arts and culture app is pretty amazing. Feel real strong about my 40% 😳 pic.twitter.com/2iyexRkUG5
— pw (@petewentz) January 14, 2018
Hey this one ain’t so bad. pic.twitter.com/er0FxZNVO8
— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) January 13, 2018
Torn between which one I think is better likeness with the Google Arts and Culture app. pic.twitter.com/uSw8RmOip8
— Felicia Day (@feliciaday) January 13, 2018
Download the app, try it out and make sure to tag us in to show off your results.