Tuesday, October 5, 2010

iPhone Can Use Google Goggles Now!

Firstly introduced for Android mobile operating system only on December last year, now Google Goggles is available for iPhone (3GS and 4G). This Google official service will help you find information using image, not words or voice.

What you need to do is taking a picture of object you are curious with using your mobile phone, then send it to Google to start analyzing it, highlighting the image it recognizes and get back to you as soon as possible with the results.

Google Goggles in iPhone 3GS And 4G
Currently you can use the Google Goggles to search logos, business cards, landmarks, work of arts, places, wine bottles. Wants to see Google Goggles in action? Watch the video demo below, and be amazed!

You can find Google Goggles by downloading the new version of Google Mobile App via iTunes, here is the link.

This release only for iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 with iOS 4 or higher, the reason behind is because Google Goggles needs an auto-focusing camera in order to get the job done smoothly and accurately. And only those two Apple devices can meet the requirement.


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