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Identify dog breeds by uploading a picture from your camera or photo library. We use an advanced computer vision dog breed identifier technology to analyze the pictures and provide results on the possible breeds your dog could be.

What’s New

Version 1.2.9

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• Bug fixes and performance enhancements

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Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
316 Ratings

316 Ratings

Hool3y10 ,


I think this app is awesome. It’s not a genetic test . It’s look of dog . Make sure the pic is done right .. I have proof of dogs that where really dna test n I got different results.. I recommend it . 💯💯I love dogs . I have fun with it .. oh I have a 11 pro max . Just letting ppl know .. ppl get different results..

Leo Lyon ,

Accuracy is questionable

This app has an interesting concept and presumably it could work if it had a well tuned sophisticated machine learning algorithm behind the scenes. I tried multiple different photos of my dog and the app gave wildly different results even when I used almost identical pictures that were taken within a few seconds of one another with very subtle differences in the position of my dogs head. My dog is a fairly rare breed — a canaan dog — and though he’s AKC registered he doesn’t have a classic canaan dog color pattern. Nevertheless he was never identified as being more than 25% canaan dog though I uploaded 15 different pictures and some profiles didn’t mention canaan dog at all. His mother was identified as 97% canaan dog however which I thought was impressive since it is a rare breed but she was a national champion so it’s possible that her picture may have been used for breed recognition training purposes. In any case, it’s an interesting concept but needs much more work...

Ididn'tjustfalloffthetruck ,

A nice little fairly accurate app

Is this app 100% correct? No. Should you expect this or any to be? No. The better the photo or picture, the more accurate. I purposefully put in pics that weren’t clear. It did better than I thought it would. It got some I didn’t think it would/could & missed a couple I fig’d it might get. Still, most often the correct breed was listed as a possibility. It’s a nice little app w/room to improve & get even better. Would I bet big $ on every answer being spot on? No. If you would, maybe you should go ahead & change your name to what you might be... a “Mark.” If you’re upset, leaving mean, bad reviews, you must either take crappy pics, expect way to much &/or often get disappointed by many things.


Murphy Brantley
237.8 MB

Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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In-App Purchases
  1. View All Dog Breeds $2.99


  • Family Sharing

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

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