Fenopalm, a new and interactive palm-reading application, has been released to the public. This new program quite literally works like magic.
Fenopalm is the very first video palm-reading app that utilizes social media networks to help give the user better personal palm readings. The app was developed by Etan Ilfeld, the owner of Watkins Books bookstore in London. The app simply scans your hand by taking a photo and then examines the users Facebook data to gain information on the user's social life, relationships and work life. The results consist of an interactive video with renowned palm reader Swami Krishna.
Take a look at the demo video above to see just exactly how Fenopalm works and see the people behind this new and interesting add-on. Best of all, the app is free.
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