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SOURCE Image Searcher, Inc.
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The visual search engine app, CamFind, that can photograph, identify, and provide information on any object, at any angle, is now available on Android.
Previously dubbed as the "Google for your eyes," CamFind gives its users the power to take a picture of any object, product, or landmark and receive instant search results along with related pictures.
The app first debuted in the Apple App Store on April 7, 2013. Since its release, CamFind has been a critical and commercial success. It has received a plethora of positive reviews, as well as reaching over one million downloads in less than six months after launch. The launch of CamFind on Android is a long-awaited expansion.
"We're finally on Android," said Dominik Mazur, CEO and co-founder of Image Searcher, Inc. "Ever since the launch of CamFind on iOS we have seen a strong demand and plenty of requests from Android users to release this visual search app on the Android operating system so we're excited to make it available and are thankful for the anticipation."
CamFind's focus remains on delivering the fastest and most accurate visual search engine across all mobile platforms. The company behind it, Image Searcher, Inc., is committed to being the leader in the visual search space.
Image Searcher, Inc. is currently in the process of securing Series A round for further development and market penetration of both CamFind and its sister app, TapTapSee – an award winning app for the blind and visually impaired.
For more information, visit http://CamFindApp.com or call Dmitriy Konopatskiy at (323) 546- 7941.
About Image Searcher, Inc.
Image Searcher, Inc. (http://Msearcher.com) was founded on September 7, 2012, by Dominik Mazur and Bradford Folkens. Image Searcher's mission is to deliver the most superior mobile visual search solution to people around the world. Image Searcher previously released TapTapSee, an iOS app for the blind and visually impaired that helps thousands of people see on a daily basis. In March 2013, TapTapSee was named App of the Month by the Royal National Institute of the Blind. In August 2013, it was inducted into the AppleVis iOS App Hall of Fame.
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