The 2012 Olympics recently kicked off in London. After the spectacular Opening Ceremonies, which featured UK’s most notable personalities including Queen Elizabeth II herself, you can now hear and read cheers from various nations as they compete to take home as much medals as they can.
More than 200 countries competing in 36 sport categories. Who do you think will top this year’s Olympics?
Panasonic’s Flag Tags: Features and Uses
Regardless of whoever appears to be the stronger country in each sport, people across the globe will undoubtedly root for their home-grown athletes.
App developers quickly jumped into the fray, and published apps that will help users monitor who won each scheduled event. However, there weren’t any apps that let users show their pride for their country. That is, until Panasonic introduced Flag Tags.
Panasonic, the Summer Olympics’ official Audio Video Equipment partner for 20 years and running, introduced an app that allows its users to show their pride for the country they are rooting for.
Simple and straightforward, the Flag Tag app lets you do a couple of things:
- Give your photo a face paint of the flag of your choice. First, choose which flag you want. Then, choose a photo from your gallery or just take a new one. Next, carefully select the area where you want the image of the flag to be placed. Voila! You now have a photo with face paint so realistic, people would think you were actually in London and watching the Olympics.
- Upload the photo and share it. Of course, you can’t just keep something like that locked away on your phones. Flag Tags gives its users the option to upload the photo on Panasonic’s gallery or on social networking sites. When your social site announces that you changed your profile photo, your online contacts will then know which country you are supporting. The Flag Tag is available for Facebook and other mobile operating systems like the Android.
“Flag Tags is a unique and fun way for people to show their support for their national team during London 2012,” said Panasonic’s Olympic Ambassador Louise Hazel. “As an athlete preparing for the home Olympic Games, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity and I’m thrilled to share this journey with the nation and look forward to seeing all the wonderful painted faces via Flag Tags!”
So what are you waiting for? Start playing Flag Tags and show the world who you are cheering for! That’s the spirit!
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