Klik Photo App

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Called “Klik,” the iPhone app automatically displays your friends’ names in real time when they appear in view of your  iPhone’s camera.  After “Klik” detects a face, it instantly connects to your Facebook account and scans your friends’ photos to identify the person in view. It also scans your iPhone for photos you’ve tagged on your phone.

When a user snaps the photo, the subject is automatically tagged, and the photo can either be stored on the device or uploaded to a social network.

The app was released on March 7 by Internet facial recognition service provider Face.com. The Israeli startup improved upon its “Photo Tagger” software, which finds friends’ faces in photos and automatically suggests nametags for them — a solution that Facebook adopted in its Photo Tag Suggest feature in late 2010.

With “Klik”, facial recognition can now be done in real time. (read more at Local10)

Fire up “Klik” and watch as your friends’ names instantly appear next to their faces before or after you snap a photo. If  “Klik” doesn’t recognize a face – snap a photo, tap “Tag Me” over unrecognized faces to pick a name, and then save the photo (no need to share). The more photos you save, the better “Klik” gets.

When you’re not taking photos, check out the feeds for nearby, friend and your photos.

AppKLIK by Face.com

Compatible: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
Category: Photo & Video
Updated: March 07, 2012
Publisher:  Face.com
Price: Free (get app)

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