FaceApp, the app with filters to make someone look older is currently blocking clients from India. Available for downloads across platforms be it Android or iOS, this app is not working in the Indian domain. The FaceApp block was reported across portals and even confirmed by Gadgets360. They have contacted the organization behind the application for a remark as well.

On the off chance that you are attempting to use FaceApp from India, you may now see this: “Something went wrong. Please try again.”. iOS clients are getting an increasingly obscure “ApiRequestError error 6 – Operation couldn’t be finished” message. The issue was first announced by some Twitter clients and then it spread like wildfire across sectors.

Mechanisms and Protocols behind FaceApp

FaceApp uses AI to apply various effects to your face, including the old-age filter. The app has risen to the top spot as the number one free app in Apple’s App Store, and the top three in Google Play by now.

FaceApp Seems to Be Blocking Users From India
FaceApp Seems to Be Blocking Users From India

Everyone has been sharing their so-called old images and this has gone viral.  Apart from the old-age filter, FaceApp can also “make you smile”, converting a normal photo into a smiling one. Another filter makes you look younger and there are a lot of styles to choose from.

It is not without its share of controversies as the privacy section is something to ponder about. Filters which make one change their ethnicity and also make one look hot in some parlance had earlier created a stir and had been removed. People are advised to use it at their own discretion and make judgments accordingly.

For now, it is blocked from India. The content needs to be moderated and checked before it is given a green signal. However, it is quite a fun app that enables one to laugh a bit at the expense of themselves and lighen up the mood. More on this in coming days as we find out the revelations behind the functionalities in India


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