Add the Filter your profile pic for #MillionsMissing

Introducing the #MillionsMissing Profile Filter App!  This app was designed to help raise awareness for the millions of people living with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). It lets you add a special theme to any picture you choose so that you can upload it to your social media profiles to show your support for those with ME/CFS.

Many of the individuals suffering from this disease are missing from their careers, schools, social lives and families due to the debilitating symptoms of the disease. At the same time, millions of dollars are missing from research and clinical education funding that ME should be receiving, and millions of doctors are missing out on proper training to diagnose and help patients manage this illness. For more information about the #MillionsMissing protest, visit  http://millionsmissing.meaction.net/.

HOW TO GET STARTED

 

Download the Android App here:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apical.ovrlay&hl=en, or search and select “MillionsMissing” App on the app store
  • Install and open the MillionsMissing Profile Filter app
  • Upload your profile picture from your camera roll
  • Save your new #MillionsMissing filtered profile picture to your phone
  • Open your social media account (Facebook, Twitter, etc) to change to your new profile picture

 
 
Show your support for the #MillionsMissing protest, and show the world your support for people with ME!

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6 thoughts on “Add the Filter your profile pic for #MillionsMissing”

  1. Brenda Nicole Hankins

    Is there not a version of this available for PC? I get as far as uploading the photo in the mobile app and then it says, “Can not upload image.”

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