CamFind - powered by CloudSight.ai Image Recognition API
Search the Physical World™
CamFind, the world's first successful mobile visual search engine, allows you to search for anything on your mobile device just by taking a picture.
Over 3 million users love CamFind!
* Internet Search Results
* Related/Similar Images and Videos
* Price Comparisons and Online Shopping
* Ask Questions and Get Answers about anything
* Local Search Results with Uber and Lyft Compatibilities
* Social Profile and Sharing
* Visual Reminders
* Instant sharing to Facebook, Twitter, Email, and Text
* Ability to upload and save images to or from Camera Roll
* QR and Barcode Scanner
* Language Translator
* Voice Search
* Text Search
* VoiceOver compatible
* And much more…
Download CamFind now to experience mobile search like never before.
AS SEEN ON
* USA TODAY
* Cult of Mac
* And many more…
ABOUT THE COMPANY
CloudSight, Inc. is a Los Angeles-based tech company that specializes in visual cognition and understanding. CloudSight delivers the most superior and state-of-the-art image recognition solution to people and companies around the world.
- Fixed crashes in iOS 13
Ratings and Reviews
Not accurate at all, except the UPC searches.
I am using an iPhone X, and CamFind version 5.0.5
I tried with taking a picture of the box for earplugs named Eargasm. The box is blue/green with the large words EARGASM EARPLUGS. And the results was: Samsung Galaxy J7 Prime box (epic fail!)
I tried my coffee maker that also has the name of the brand (KitchenAid) at the top of the coffee maker and resulted with another fail but not as bad. It came back with a Keurig one time and Hamilton Beach another, at least it was correct about the device type. I was hoping this would be much more accurate then it is. Maybe someday a app will be created that can do what this app try’s to do.
(2/5 Stars since it’s a good UPC search engine.)
Not sure why this has a low rating
This blew my mind, it even recognized a contemporary abstract painting by an unknown artist that hangs in our apartment as an abstract painting, whereas other image-recognition software I’ve tried out either just gives up or gets weird/obscure ones like that hilariously wrong. It even detected that a generic black sweater I was wearing in a photo was a man’s sweater (my boyfriend’s; I’m a girl), though I guess it saw I was a girl and switched the results to “woman” at the last moment. Anyway I’m really impressed. Great tool for consumers and those just generally curious about the objects around them in the world.
Very first version was great- Now its Pure Garbage!
The very first versions of this app worked great and were very Accurate. Now its garbage and not worth using.
The app can no longer even get the simplest of objects correct even when the object has its name and function printed on it.
The object recognition engine seems to have gotten a lobotomy
since its first versions and miss-identifies the type of object most of the time now. Text recognition seems to be completely missing or so messed up that it is now nonfunctional.
The old version recognized any text on the object and used that info along with its object recognition and was able to obtain very accurate descriptions of the object including brand names and accurate function along with pertinent search link suggestions for similar objects.
The current version of this app no longer functions with any semblance of accuracy or repeatability. Pure junk now!
No Details Provided
The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
- Cloudsight, Inc.
- 125.9 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
- 17+ Unrestricted Web Access
- © 2018 CloudSight Inc.