Identify a dog's breed using your camera.

Using advanced computer vision techniques, Dog ID can identify a dog's breed in seconds by analyzing its photo.

All types of dogs are supported - mutts and purebreds, and everything in between.

What’s New

Version 2.0

Speed and accuracy improvements!

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
3.7K Ratings

3.7K Ratings

stratinphx ,

It’s ok

The app doesn’t always recognize a picture of a dog when you upload it. I took several pictures of my dogs from different angles and the app would sometimes give a totally different answer than pictures from a another angle.
With all the pictures I uploaded, I was able to come to consensus of a possible breed due to the amount of times it listed a certain breed.
Not convinced the app is accurate so I will check with other apps to see if I get consistent results

SillyJilly21 ,

Run! Don’t waste your time!

This app is terrible compared to others. I had to try five pictures before the app could “detect” my dog. After all the hassle, it simply said there was a 50% chance she’s some sort of Terrier. She is obviously a Terrier, but I wanted to know a specific breed! This was useless and I will be deleting immediately.

Go for the “dog scanner” app instead. I love how you can upload 5 pics at once to get a more accurate identification! Every pic worked and it gave specific breed percentages with tons of information to help you confirm the breed, such as weight, size, personality, colors, patterns, eye shape, and even specific ear dimensions! By reading the “dog scanner” app’s breed description, I was able to confirm many traits and feel fairly certain she is a Rat Terrier mix with a little Jack Russell Terrier. I was able to eliminate Toy Fox Terrier with the detailed size, weight, and coat information the “dog scanner” app provided. Who knows how accurate it really is, but I had fun and learned a lot! 80% dog breed match is good enough for me and beats paying $150 for a DNA test.

dobrelife19 ,

Not accurate

I tried this app on many of the dogs in my camera roll and one of them it said cocker spaniel, Labrador retriever and Newfoundland and it looks nothing like when I went to look it up. Also with my two dogs. One of them said 69.6 hound and 55.6 Dalmatian. Ik that not true. He is a mutt but he is a terrier of some sort. He has rat terrier characteristics and instincts but I was trying to figure out what other breeds could be in him and this app was so far off it made me angry. With my other one, it said she was 98.5% golden retriever with no other mixes however while the golden retriever is in her she is a mutt as well. She was rescued from Tennessee. There was another one that was clearly a blue Merle husky mix and it came back with 86.7% puppy, 67.3% hound, 58.6% golden retriever, 55.2% cocker spaniel, and 55.2 spaniel. As u can see it’s really not accurate

App Privacy

The developer, Allen Tom, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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