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Christmas dance app

Christmas dance app

It is fun to see yourselves as dancing elves with nice music and in a Christmas suit.

Install Elf Yourself on your smartphone to create such happiness with your sweetheart, friends or family.

Just click on one of three categories to choose a photo from your camera, Facebook or even take a new photo and follow the simple instructions.

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This app allows you to ‘elf yourself’ and become the star of a personalised video featuring your photos on holiday with dancing elves.

Simply upload up to five photos of yourself, your friends, and family from your camera and select a dance theme. The app will generate and customise a video that you can post on Facebook or share via email.

For certain options including places or melodies, however, you are required to buy the full version of the app.

Enjoy your funny dancing elves videos with family, friends and your sweetheart over Christmas and the New Year.

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