TapTapSee app allows visually impaired users to browse, save photographs

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Date: Friday, November 20th, 2015, 04:32
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This could be really interesting.

Image Searcher, Inc. and Net Ideas, LLC have brought out TapTapSee, a mobile camera application designed specifically for the blind and visually impaired iOS users. The app utilizes the iDevice’s camera and VoiceOver functions to photograph objects and identify them out loud for the user.

The App allows users to photograph any two or three dimensional object at any angle, have it accurately analyzed, and defined within seconds. The iDevice’s VoiceOver then speaks the identification audibly to the user.

TapTapSee also allows users to repeat the last image identified, upload images from the camera roll, share identification via Twitter, Facebook, text or email, rotor reader, flash toggle, and the ability to save the identified image to the camera roll with the attached tag.

TapTapSee is available for free and offers packages of recognized images via the following tiers:

– 50 Picture Pack for $4.99 (no time limit)

– 100 Picture Pack for $7.99 (no time limit)

– One Month of Unlimited Pictures for US$9.99

– Three Months of Unlimited Pictures for US$24.99

The app require iOS 7.0 or later to install and run.

If you’ve tried TapTapSee and have any feedback to offer, let us know in the comments.

Via TapTapSee and App Store

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