MyHeritage Introduces Photo Tagger

 I acquired this info from Daniel Horowitz of MyHeritage immediately:



We’re delighted to introduce Picture Tagger, a free new characteristic on the MyHeritage cellular app that allows you to simply tag a number of images of the identical particular person in a single go. Beforehand, tagging images meant reviewing and tagging them one after the other, which was time consuming. Picture Tagger makes organizing your loved ones images simpler and accelerates your productiveness, enabling you to tag tons of of images in minutes. You may nonetheless tag your images individually as earlier than, however Picture Tagger provides handy and correct bulk tagging.

Picture Tagger scans the images that you simply’ve uploaded to MyHeritage, and teams collectively the faces believed to belong to the identical particular person, so you’ll be able to evaluate and tag them in a single faucet. Picture Tagger does a wonderful job of figuring out faces as they modify over time, corresponding to from childhood to maturity, and even spots adjustments in particular person look, corresponding to facial hair.

Watch this quick video to see Picture Tagger in motion:

This characteristic is presently out there on the MyHeritage cellular app, and within the coming weeks, we’ll be releasing it for the net as nicely. When you don’t have the app but, you’ll be able to obtain it free of charge from the App Store or Google Play.

You may learn extra about this characteristic and the way it works on our blog


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