Slidor. 3D Photo of the VR era

Slidor. 3D Photo of the VR era

By Ritori

  • Category: Photo & Video
  • Release Date: 2018-02-13
  • Current Version: 1.3.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 124.99 MB
  • Developer: Ritori
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
From 13 Ratings


Create amazing 3D shots (which we've named the "Slid”) that capture the same depth you see in real life. No 3D glasses or headset is required. Send your favorite slids to have them printed. Amaze your family and friends. - Create unique, printable glasses-free 3D photographs - View 3D photographs right on your screen - Share them in any social network: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, as a GIF, or in a video. - Contains exclusive filters simulating Nimslo or Nishika cameras. - Export as GIF’s for the perfect GIF wigglegram - Create cool animations and a variety of special effects. - View others’ slids and gain inspiration. - For the retro fans out there who still insist on doing things the old-fashioned way, they can always view them through a VR headset or anaglyph glasses. That way, the image will be even more realistic. We've spent years on research and have come up with the invention of full-fledged 3D photographs that everyone can make. Printable 3D photographs get people curious. It's a surprising gift or interior decoration. This is the photograph of the future and we’ve named it the "Slid". Just one movement and the shot is ready. Download the free app now and see for yourself. Available only on iOS CUSTOMER SUPPORT Need service or support? We will happily take your question at



  • Great

    By Edgar Sanchez
    This is an awesome app and it’s only kind on the App Store. I’m confused though...if I pay the dollar to remove watermarks, does that permanently remove the watermark from every future slid? Or do I need to pay a dollar every time?
  • Good concept

    By Sergey Levchuk
    So nice work. Well done!
  • One star for an original idea

    By Hahahagdnfjcnieie
    I like the concept of this app, but it would be kind of nice if it actually worked. 9.8/10 Times you fail at capturing the image. It’s just not ready for a launch and has a very intense software issue
  • Incredibly Hard to Use

    By jaywalterolson
    It takes forever to be able to hold the phone straight enough to get this to work. Like I had to try for 10 minutes. Basically impossible to use on a person. Don't get this app, waste of time.