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Tunepics set to give viewers a fright with Halloween photo filters

Tunepics filters include blood and forests

Tunepics has launched a series of Halloween photo-filters allowing users to customise their pictures with spooky decals.

The social network will allow users to integrate scary songs and Halloween photo filters with their photo albums to best capture the fear behind the season.

The filters, including spiders, cobwebs, bats and zombie hands will disappear from the platform after Halloween. Furthermore, the best pictures using the #Halloween on the Tunepics network will be displayed on the homepage throughout the week.

Justin Cooke, founder and CEO of Tunepics, said: “Tunepics is all about capturing and sharing moments and these playful and spooky filters take that idea even further.

“We made them for the millions of people who celebrate Halloween all over the world, we can’t wait to see their best Halloween outfits and parties - accompanied by a song like ’Thriller’ or ‘Ghostbusters’, they’ll really come to life. We’ve had a lot of fun scaring each other in the office already."

The filters are Tunepic’s first attempt at being seasonally relevant with similar features lined up for future holidays.

Earlier this year, MTV UK used the platform to push season eight of the Geordie Shore.

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