Google's greatest potential With pictures everywhere (including fb, IG, and Snapchat) google needs to revive this. The UI is from 3-4 years ago. This could work incredibly well with google camera, now, and search. It could be useful when on the go to take a pic to learn about something than typing or talking to your phone (like a weirdo when using voice search sometimes) Please update!
OK doing Google's job here. This app is obviously abandoned. Most phones now how this built in using Google now on tap. It's not obvious as installing the app. Instead, open your camera, point it at your item and then long press the middle android button. Google goggles functionality. Works well enough for me.
I am an OnePlus 3T user, the app is great with other devices but when concerned with my device, I can find so much trouble in using it. I am unable to read readily taken images and I am forced to take a picture first then upload it from the gallery. It's fine when there is no urgency but very irritant when in a emergency. Hope Google fixes this issue!😃
Is cool From what I can tell the main benefit of having this app is for shopping. The only issue I have it is that I struggle to find ways to use it, it seems more like a luxury than an essential tool. Maybe because I don't shop. I struggle looking for practical ways to use it other entertainment or information. Perhaps It's not for me. Its completely functional and always works well and surprisingly has never even so much as crashed. I like this app a lot , so I always keep it.
Works just fine So far I have not really put this app to the test, but it seems to work pretty good on my phone (Nexus 5X). The only complaint I can come up with is that the image gets flipped when the content is being scanned, but som far this has not been represented in the output. Overall maybe not the most useful app, but a cool proof of concept and fun to use.
Great Googly Goggles Batman!! Well, it takes a bit of playing around to get your goggles working. Once you've got the hang of it, the worlds at your fingertips! Help tips suck!! So here are some of my own. 1. Unlike Gremlins, Google Goggles LOVE bright light. Go outside or power your camera's flashlight before attempting to take a scan. 2. Skip a wide angle pic at first & see if you can get any writing on the object, male, model, serial #.