Search engine and human edited web directory KartOO Anonymous Search Engine PicFog - Twitter Quick Image Search The Peer to Peer Search Engine The Peer to Peer Search Engine: Home How to Search Images Online – Most Advanced Methods Image search is evolving rapidly. Today the machine understands much more about images than just a year ago: it can read the text on the image, see its colors and classify it based on its form, shape and textures. So which advanced image search methods can we use today? Image search based on image content (face / landscape / photo / product image search) Face search has been a hot topic recently. Exalead has become known for integrating facial recognition technology but it still lacks some accuracy. Image search based on color Picitup allows to set color preferences (choose among 18 colors to set the search dominating palette);PicSearch and Snap.com recognize between colorful and black-and-white images.Etsy searches only inside its own product database but its color-based search engine is both fun and pleasure to play with. Image search based on similarity Recently launched Tineye.com (registration required) searches for similar images online.
Evernote Brings Widget, Share Extension to iOS 8 I save everything into Evernote. While I’m almost religious about plain text and Markdown for my articles, anything else goes into Evernote: PDFs, screenshots, photos with GPS information, my shared shopping list, and any other note that has a visual component (such as formatting or hyperlinks). I started using Evernote in 2009, and it’s become an external brain where I archive everything that I need to remember but not store in my own brain. Evernote suffered in its transition to iOS devices as it couldn’t be as flexible as the Mac app: Evernote is only as good as the ways it gives you to create notes, and the iOS app couldn’t use the best one – the clipper. This is changing today with Evernote 7.5, which adds extensions for iOS 8 to let you save anything from anywhere with just two taps. For Evernote, quick note creation has always been an issue on the iOS platform. The widget is simple, but useful. The share extension is amazing. Evernote 7.5 is available on the App Store.
OpenSearchServer OpenSearchServer is an open source application server allowing development of index-based applications like search engines. Available since April 2009 on SourceForge for download, OpenSearchServer was developed under the GPL v3 license and offers a series of full text lexical analyzers and can be installed on different platforms (Windows, Linux, Macintosh). After being initiated as an inhouse project in a private media group, OpenSearchServer is now supported by Jaeksoft, a commercial company launched in February 2010 and providing services and roadmap guidance for OpenSearchServer. Main features of OpenSearchServer are : An integrated crawler for databases, web pages and rich documents; a user friendly GUI allowing development of most applications with some clicks through an interface built in Zkoss; snippets; faceting; an html renderer for integrating search results in a page; and monitoring and administration features. History Features Competitors References