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Bulgarian photo-management startup Imagga announces crowdsourcing campaign for its new tagging service, AutoTag. We’ve written about these guys in the past, like when they launched the beta for their photo-cropping tool, Cropp.me. Now they’ve asked us to get the word out about their new automatic-tagging service and we are ever so happy to oblige. They’ve only managed to raise $200 of their goal sum of $94K, but there’s is still 58 days left for them to hit that magic number.
We mentioned Autotag.me briefly in our last post on the company, but I guess that it’s worth expanding on it now. This service is billed as a technology which suggests keywords with which you can tag your photos. Users can pull images from accounts like Facebook, Dropbox, Flickr, and Instagram and this tool will suggest tags based on colors, text, landmarks, and objects that it sees in the photo. The service aims to save time for professional photographers who must tag large volumes of images. Of course, users can also remove unwanted tags once they’ve put the photos through.
According to the funding-request page, the money here will be directed towards housing the development team and assisting the team in completing the project by providing them with the funds they need to run the large-scale infrastructure necessary for developing the service.
Imagga is a company which was founded in 2008 and is backed in part by Bulgarian seed fund LAUNCHub. Other services offered by them include the aforementioned Cropp.me, ColorsLike.me, and StockPodium.
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