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Pics shows: Netizens posing with a virtual image of Vladimir Putin through the new smartphone app called Photo with Putin ; A new app is allowing fans of Russian leader Putin to pretend they are taking selfies with him. The new smartphone app, named Photo with Putin, lets people cosy up to President Vladimir and has proved a hit since being released on the iPhone App Store and on Google Play on 5 January. Russian innovator Yaroslav Popov, who developed the app, said: "Since I was a child, just as many other children I was dreaming of taking a photo with the president. And now it is close to happening. "For the past couple of years I have been working on augmented reality and have achieved pretty good results in different projects. Now we came up and are launching an app that allows you to take a photo with Vladimir Putin." He said it took six months to create the app, and was "meticulous" work. "I believe we didn???t to that for nothing," he continued. "Our president represents our country. I respect him and believe in him. "Thanks to him there are more ambitious people out there, that are interested in self-development. I believe that this app will make a dream of many people come true." The developer claims that he came up with the idea about two years ago, when he was making his first steps in the app-making field.
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Pics shows: Netizens posing with a virtual image of Vladimir Putin through the new smartphone app called Photo with Putin ; A new app is allowing fans of Russian leader Putin to pretend they are taking selfies with him. The new smartphone app, named Photo with Putin, lets people cosy up to President Vladimir and has proved a hit since being released on the iPhone App Store and on Google Play on 5 January. Russian innovator Yaroslav Popov, who developed the app, said: "Since I was a child, just as many other children I was dreaming of taking a photo with the president. And now it is close to happening. "For the past couple of years I have been working on augmented reality and have achieved pretty good results in different projects. Now we came up and are launching an app that allows you to take a photo with Vladimir Putin." He said it took six months to create the app, and was "meticulous" work. "I believe we didn???t to that for nothing," he continued. "Our president represents our country. I respect him and believe in him. "Thanks to him there are more ambitious people out there, that are interested in self-development. I believe that this app will make a dream of many people come true." The developer claims that he came up with the idea about two years ago, when he was making his first steps in the app-making field.
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Pics shows: Netizens posing with a virtual image of Vladimir Putin through the new smartphone app called Photo with Putin ; A new app is allowing fans of Russian leader Putin to pretend they are taking selfies with him. The new smartphone app, named Photo with Putin, lets people cosy up to President Vladimir and has proved a hit since being released on the iPhone App Store and on Google Play on 5 January. Russian innovator Yaroslav Popov, who developed the app, said: "Since I was a child, just as many other children I was dreaming of taking a photo with the president. And now it is close to happening. "For the past couple of years I have been working on augmented reality and have achieved pretty good results in different projects. Now we came up and are launching an app that allows you to take a photo with Vladimir Putin." He said it took six months to create the app, and was "meticulous" work. "I believe we didn???t to that for nothing," he continued. "Our president represents our country. I respect him and believe in him. "Thanks to him there are more ambitious people out there, that are interested in self-development. I believe that this app will make a dream of many people come true." The developer claims that he came up with the idea about two years ago, when he was making his first steps in the app-making field.
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Pics shows: Netizens posing with a virtual image of Vladimir Putin through the new smartphone app called Photo with Putin ; A new app is allowing fans of Russian leader Putin to pretend they are taking selfies with him. The new smartphone app, named Photo with Putin, lets people cosy up to President Vladimir and has proved a hit since being released on the iPhone App Store and on Google Play on 5 January. Russian innovator Yaroslav Popov, who developed the app, said: "Since I was a child, just as many other children I was dreaming of taking a photo with the president. And now it is close to happening. "For the past couple of years I have been working on augmented reality and have achieved pretty good results in different projects. Now we came up and are launching an app that allows you to take a photo with Vladimir Putin." He said it took six months to create the app, and was "meticulous" work. "I believe we didn???t to that for nothing," he continued. "Our president represents our country. I respect him and believe in him. "Thanks to him there are more ambitious people out there, that are interested in self-development. I believe that this app will make a dream of many people come true." The developer claims that he came up with the idea about two years ago, when he was making his first steps in the app-making field.
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Pics shows: Netizens posing with a virtual image of Vladimir Putin through the new smartphone app called Photo with Putin ; A new app is allowing fans of Russian leader Putin to pretend they are taking selfies with him. The new smartphone app, named Photo with Putin, lets people cosy up to President Vladimir and has proved a hit since being released on the iPhone App Store and on Google Play on 5 January. Russian innovator Yaroslav Popov, who developed the app, said: "Since I was a child, just as many other children I was dreaming of taking a photo with the president. And now it is close to happening. "For the past couple of years I have been working on augmented reality and have achieved pretty good results in different projects. Now we came up and are launching an app that allows you to take a photo with Vladimir Putin." He said it took six months to create the app, and was "meticulous" work. "I believe we didn???t to that for nothing," he continued. "Our president represents our country. I respect him and believe in him. "Thanks to him there are more ambitious people out there, that are interested in self-development. I believe that this app will make a dream of many people come true." The developer claims that he came up with the idea about two years ago, when he was making his first steps in the app-making field.
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Pics shows: Netizens posing with a virtual image of Vladimir Putin through the new smartphone app called Photo with Putin ; A new app is allowing fans of Russian leader Putin to pretend they are taking selfies with him. The new smartphone app, named Photo with Putin, lets people cosy up to President Vladimir and has proved a hit since being released on the iPhone App Store and on Google Play on 5 January. Russian innovator Yaroslav Popov, who developed the app, said: "Since I was a child, just as many other children I was dreaming of taking a photo with the president. And now it is close to happening. "For the past couple of years I have been working on augmented reality and have achieved pretty good results in different projects. Now we came up and are launching an app that allows you to take a photo with Vladimir Putin." He said it took six months to create the app, and was "meticulous" work. "I believe we didn???t to that for nothing," he continued. "Our president represents our country. I respect him and believe in him. "Thanks to him there are more ambitious people out there, that are interested in self-development. I believe that this app will make a dream of many people come true." The developer claims that he came up with the idea about two years ago, when he was making his first steps in the app-making field.
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Pics shows: Netizens posing with a virtual image of Vladimir Putin through the new smartphone app called Photo with Putin ; A new app is allowing fans of Russian leader Putin to pretend they are taking selfies with him. The new smartphone app, named Photo with Putin, lets people cosy up to President Vladimir and has proved a hit since being released on the iPhone App Store and on Google Play on 5 January. Russian innovator Yaroslav Popov, who developed the app, said: "Since I was a child, just as many other children I was dreaming of taking a photo with the president. And now it is close to happening. "For the past couple of years I have been working on augmented reality and have achieved pretty good results in different projects. Now we came up and are launching an app that allows you to take a photo with Vladimir Putin." He said it took six months to create the app, and was "meticulous" work. "I believe we didn???t to that for nothing," he continued. "Our president represents our country. I respect him and believe in him. "Thanks to him there are more ambitious people out there, that are interested in self-development. I believe that this app will make a dream of many people come true." The developer claims that he came up with the idea about two years ago, when he was making his first steps in the app-making field.
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Pics shows: Netizens posing with a virtual image of Vladimir Putin through the new smartphone app called Photo with Putin ; A new app is allowing fans of Russian leader Putin to pretend they are taking selfies with him. The new smartphone app, named Photo with Putin, lets people cosy up to President Vladimir and has proved a hit since being released on the iPhone App Store and on Google Play on 5 January. Russian innovator Yaroslav Popov, who developed the app, said: "Since I was a child, just as many other children I was dreaming of taking a photo with the president. And now it is close to happening. "For the past couple of years I have been working on augmented reality and have achieved pretty good results in different projects. Now we came up and are launching an app that allows you to take a photo with Vladimir Putin." He said it took six months to create the app, and was "meticulous" work. "I believe we didn???t to that for nothing," he continued. "Our president represents our country. I respect him and believe in him. "Thanks to him there are more ambitious people out there, that are interested in self-development. I believe that this app will make a dream of many people come true." The developer claims that he came up with the idea about two years ago, when he was making his first steps in the app-making field.
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