Ever since Android operating system was launched, every tech company tries to bring new and useful mobile applications to cater the various needs of the users. Google, the creator of Android, has always stayed ahead in the app market and regularly brings out many new apps in ‘Utility and Entertainment’ category. One such app is Google Arts & Culture. The app is floating around in the Play Store for quite some time and Google adds few new and exciting features to it periodically. One such recently added feature is the one that allows you to find your art doppelganger from any art gallery or museum around the world. This feature is currently available only in few countries, including the US.
As soon as the users came to know about this feature, they used it to find out their art doppelgangers. Let’s take a look at their selfies and art matches.
1. This one is 39% match
— Ben Price (@TeachBenPrice) January 13, 2018
2. This user matched with The King of Spain.
I tried messing with the google arts and culture app and it owned me incredibly hard pic.twitter.com/aF9qAlLZOaAdvertisement
— el hechizado (@Nixon_Robocop) January 13, 2018
3. When you go to a liquor store and they ask for your ID.
— Christine Riccio (@xtineMAY) January 16, 2018
4. Celebrities also used the app to find their doppelganger.
Hey this one ain’t so bad. pic.twitter.com/er0FxZNVO8
— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) January 13, 2018
5. Vincent van Gogh’s doppelganger.
— Dan Barnes (@metallidan) January 15, 2018
6. Modern art doppelganger.
Tak sama pun?
— ræfi (@rafie_sulong) January 15, 2018
7. These look like self portraits.
First: Monday, 9am.
— Locally Sourced Trashpile (@dirtydovedreams) January 12, 2018
8. Even she is disappointed with the match.
the google arts and culture app matching my face with a piece of south asian art titled “disappointed” is my new favorite thing pic.twitter.com/72XOflcoil
— v (@vandanaiscool) January 15, 2018
9. The features match perfectly.
— Kirsten Nelson (@nelsonKirsten) January 15, 2018
10. This one is scary!
Wow this google arts and culture app is scary accurate pic.twitter.com/z9nEXOWg8b
— blake j (@BlakeJ98) January 15, 2018
If you find any more matches like this, please share them with us in comments.