Photo Lab AI Yearbook app overview & how to use

Photo Lab AI Yearbook app overview & how to use

Here is just an overview of the Photo Lab AI Yearbook app and how to generate AI yearbook photos using this app. What I've discovered is that in this app, you can generate these photos for free, unlike the Epic app. It seems that Photo Lab app is running a promotion where you can generate your AI yearbook photos for free, possibly for a limited time. I will show you how to do it, and in my opinion, the results are actually better than the Epic app and it's also currently free.

One thing to note is that while using the app, you may come across some annoying ads. However, if you're interested in getting these yearbook filters, you can still watch them. Perhaps the app is offering this for free to attract more users and gain exposure.

When you open the app, you'll see different categories, not just AI yearbook filters. You can explore various filters, recommended categories, your profile, and your feed. Upon creating an account, you'll land on the feed section. To access the yearbook filters, simply tap on the yearbook option at the top.

You'll find examples of recently uploaded user photos, and what's interesting about this app is that you only need to upload one photo to generate the yearbook style. Let's give it a try. Select a photo, choose your preferred hair and style options, and tap proceed. Then, you'll just need to wait.

Once the process completes, you'll have a collection of photos with a nostalgic 90s yearbook style, which is currently popular on TikTok. If you want more results, there is an option to upgrade. The cost is eight dollars per week, but you can try it for free for three days. If you're not satisfied with the photos, remember to cancel before the trial period ends to avoid charges.

It's worth mentioning that although a pop-up appears prompting you to upgrade, I discovered that the photo is still saved to your gallery. It seems to be a promotional action on their part. However, there will be a watermark on the photos if you choose not to upgrade.

So, that's basically what you can expect from this app. If you want to download the full pack of filters, it is also available. It's pretty cool that you can still download it, but the availability and duration of the promotion are uncertain.

In comparison, I've also tried the Epic app for generating AI yearbook filters. For this, I paid around six dollars. While you may get more styles with Epic, the quality may not be as good. Some photos turn out nicely, while others are not as impressive. In Epic, you will need to upload multiple photos, and overall, the result is slightly worse compared to Photo Lab. However, determining which AI is more advanced is difficult.

In conclusion, both Photo Lab and Epic are apps you can try to generate these AI yearbook filters. Photo Lab is currently free and definitely worth a try.

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