If you might be a regular reader of Bit Rebels, you know we reveal Kickstarter projects often. It’s inspiring to find out about all the new technology and apps there. One thing we don’t often do though is follow those apps through their success. One such app, which we featured a month ago, proceeded to go on be successful. The CamFind app, which is actually a mobile visual search app (based around product search), just launched the 2009 Sunday on iTunes.
In only a couple of short days, there are increased from the AppStore rankings to #64 for Utilities, and it’s over a steady incline. I’ve been aware of this strategy search app for quite a while, however, when I watched the YouTube video over it today, I used to be shocked by full functionalities. It’s free, but in my personal, they’re able to easily charge for CamFind.
If you don’t know very well what a visual product search app does, let me explain. You just utilize this app to consider a graphic of anything (yes, anything), and it will inform you of anything you ever desired to be aware of that product.
For example, by taking a perception of your movie poster, it’ll explain to you exactly what the movie is about, what theaters near you are playing it, the movie articles are, and reveal to you more images referencing it. By taking an image associated with a product you want to buy at a shop, it will let you know every one of the places where you can buy it. It’s also extremely accurate in giving the appropriate search and image results and fast in its image recognition. Like we wrote from the article last month, it’s basically such as a actual life online search engine.
Product search apps aren’t new, although the thing which enables CamFind different is its simplicity as well as features its content has. There’s no typing required. You only need to have a picture, and then you get the product search results. It’s as elementary as that, and the interface is quite intuitive. So far as you will go, well, you can find a few them.
Internet Search Results
Related/Similar ImagesPrice Comparisons and internet based Shopping
Related Places and Address Finder
Film Poster/DVD Recognition
QR and Barcode Reader
Voiceover of Identified Objects
Ability to Save Images to your Camera Roll/Upload Images from Camera Roll
If you are in a different country, you only take a picture of the items you require, and CamFind will translate it into that language so its possible to speak it. If clearly there was ever an application that can change search forever, change the way connect to the modern world around us, it’s CamFind.
According a great article published yesterday on Cult of Mac and the previous day on Mobility Tech Zone, CamFind improves on Google Goggles (the feature tacked towards the Google Search iOS app). And, based on a post on iPhone Life, CamFind superior than Siri for voice searches.
I don’t know the way long CamFind is going to be free, but when I’m writing this, it still is. You’ll be able to download it yourself by clicking as much as iTunes. If you opt to give it a try, I think you revisit here to see us what your experience was like any time you did your initial product search. Have a good time!
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CamFind Visual Search App (Designed for Product Search)
Image Credits: [iPhone Life]