Fake Fairy Photo Maker lets you add fairies to your photos, resize them to fit the spot you want, and then share your photos with friends. You can send your fairy photo creations straight to Facebook and Twitter right from the app, and then go back to creating more fun fantastical images.
Smooth positioning: When you're adding fairies to your photos, you'll have to do a lot of manipulation to get the positioning just right, and the app couldn't make that process easier. You can expand and contract the fairies with just a swipe of your fingers, and you can slide the fairies all over the photo until you find just the right spot.
Fun add-on: One of the options on the toolbar in the fairy-adding screen is a video game controller icon. Tapping that takes you to another screen where you can play a matching memory game with fairy cards. Just for fun. It's a nice touch that goes with the general theme of the app.
Ad placement: The banner ads show up in the middle of the rows of tools at the bottom of the interface, making it pretty likely you'll hit one by accident at some point.
Buggy: The app did crash a few times during testing. But when it did work, it worked well.
This app is free, and there's a lot you can do without paying. But if you aren't satisfied with your fairy options, you can remove ads and unlock all fairies for $4.99. Overall, this is a fun app to play with, especially if you like fairies and like sharing that love with your friends.