LOS ANGELES, June 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Image Searcher Inc. today announced its launch of a new version of its popular mobile visual search application for iOS, CamFind. CamFind 3.0 offers a breakthrough progressive visual search feature shown in this video (free to reproduce / edit) and vastly improved accuracy in its image recognition.
"The release of CamFind 3.0 with its progressive visual search feature takes what is now possible with image recognition on mobile devices to the next level - our technology will not only be able to tell you that you took a picture of a car, but the exact make and model of that vehicle. Similarly it can name the exact species of an insect you photographed or the breed of a dog and then provide you all the relevant information about it using the power of the Internet" - says Dominik Mazur, CEO of CamFind.
CamFind's level of accuracy stands out dramatically from competitors such as Google Goggles and Amazon Flow - which was recently incorporated in the newly released Amazon Fire Phone to power its image recognition.
As a testimony of CamFind's unbeatable accuracy, the vast majority of over 850 user reviews on iOS game the app a perfect 5 out of 5 star ranking with recent user reviews such as:
"When Google released its own image based search app I expected so much, but it failed terribly. I could understand the reason because it is so complex to develop image processing engine that can identify almost everything I was thinking that can not be done. But these guys did it. This is the search engine I expected in Google - identifies almost everything." ~ by Paderthi
"I rarely write reviews, and I was skeptical when I first heard and read about everything this app claimed to be able to do. I had tried Google Goggles and I immediately thought that any other app trying to do the same thing would yield the same results. But BOY was I wrong. It can basically do...anything. Identify objects, products, bar codes, price comparisons, maps, yelp reviews, everything it claims to be able to do and seemingly more." ~ by Kathleen115
CamFind is designed to give the user an easy access to mobile visual search, while on-the-go. A CamFind user can take a photograph of any object at any angle, and have it identified by the application and then be prompted with various related information.
Release Date: April 7, 2013
App Category: Utilities
Platforms: iOS and Android
CamFind was founded in September 2012 by Dominik Mazur and Bradford Folkens. The co-founders previously released a blind and visually impaired camera application, TapTapSee, which was awarded the 2014 Access Award from the American Foundation for the Blind.