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Google tries to Pinterest it up by saving image search in folders

Posted by wicked December - 1 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off

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If you’ve done your fair search of Google image searches, whether it’s looking for silly cats, winter outfit pegs, or shirtless pictures of your current celebrity obsession, organizing and saving these pictures can sometimes be a pain. Yes you can screenshot and save the images directly onto your device, but you’ve been probably waiting for an easier way to do all these. Yes, you have apps like Pinterest, but what if you don’t want to use another app. Google has come up with a solution by letting you star and organize your images in folders.

For example, if you want your personal dress maker to copy that Oscar gown that Cate Blanchett wore at last year’s ceremony, you can image search, then tap the star next to it so that you don’t have to search for it again once you’re at the shop. If you’ve chosen to star several dresses that can someday be your future outfits as well, you can now add these images to a folder with similar images. Just tap the edit icon, create a group and name it appropriately, then it will be added already.

Your Google page will now have two sections: saved images and collections. To be able to do all this and access them wherever you are, you need to be logged in to the same Google account of course. It will be available in all major browsers across your mobile devices.

Unfortunately, for now only we hope, this feature is only available in the US. But we have a feeling it will expand to other territories as well. Now let’s see if users will give make this their primary image organizer, at least when it comes to Google image search.


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SOURCE: Google

Google Lets You Organize Photos You Find in Google Image Search, and It’s Awesome

Posted by Kellex December - 1 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off

When I want to search for a picture of something, I go directly to Google, search for it, and then tap on the “Images” tab. It’s the best way to find an image because it uses Google’s search powers, but it also presents dozens and dozens of images in an easy-to-view way. So when Google announced yesterday that it was adding a “Saved Images” feature to mobile searches, along with a way to organize them, I about popped some champagne. 

Here is the deal. When you do a Google search for images in your mobile browser and find one you like or potentially want to save for later, you can click a little “Save” button/star in the bottom right corner of that image’s page. Once you have saved an image, you’ll see a floating box when viewing image results that says “View Saved,” which will then take you to all of the images you told Google to save. To keep you organized, Google is also allowing you to put images saved into collections.

I fired up Google Search this morning to see if this new feature was live and it most certainly is. It’s also, awesome. You can search, save, and add to collections so easily. But, you can also access them all later by going to on your phone’s browser, edit collections, remove no longer needed images, and more.

You can see it all in action in the GIFs below, but I suggest you go give it a shot today if you are like me, a big Google image searcher.

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Via:  Inside Search

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You can now save images to folders within Google image search on mobile

Posted by wicked December - 1 - 2015 - Tuesday Comments Off

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What do you normally do when you find the perfect image? Probably save it, take a screenshot, bookmark the webpage? Well now there is an easier way. Google has just made things a lot easier by allowing the ability to star and bookmark images right from Google’s image search on mobile.

Simply search for the image you want and tap the star to bookmark it. You can store all your saved images in custom folders making them very easy to find again.

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Currently, this feature is available in the US on all major mobile browsers on Android and iOS. Just make sure you are signed into your Google Account in order to star images.

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Why Images in some Camera Apps are Upside Down on the Nexus 5X

Posted by wicked November - 7 - 2015 - Saturday Comments Off

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New users of the Google Nexus 5X may have noticed a peculiar problem arise when they snap a picture using some third-party camera apps – the image ends up being upside-down!

This issue isn’t exclusive to the Nexus 5X, though, as it has previously occurred on the front-facing camera of the Nexus 6. What causes this problem? Is it a manufacturer issue, or a software issue? Turns out it’s a bit of both.

According to Eino-Ville Talvala, the tech lead for Android’s camera framework, the issue arises because some manufacturers mount their camera sensor for their devices in an uncommon orientation. In order to comply with the Android compatibility requirements, manufacturers must align the long-edge of their camera sensor with the long-edge of the device (meaning by default the back camera sensor should be oriented such that the images are landscape). However, there is no requirement for which particular landscape direction the sensor must face. Typically, most manufacturers use a forward-landscape oriented sensor, but LG/Google chose to orient theirs reverse-landscape. Space comes at a premium on most mobile phones, so manufacturers often have to make-due with the constraints they’re given. The Nexus 5X is no exception – a quick look at a teardown reveals that little room is left in the device for the mainboard thanks to the whopping size of the battery.

Because this reverse-landscape orientation is rarely seen, many third-party application developers do not correct for this orientation when processing an image. Using the old Camera API, developers can fix this camera orientation issue by calling on the setDisplayOrientation() method to check the sensor for the correct UI orientation and properly rotate the image. With the introduction of the Camera2 API, however, this is no longer necessary as the API ensures the preview is correctly oriented. Still, if you notice one of your favorite apps incorrectly orienting your pictures, kindly shoot them an e-mail asking them to update their code to correct for this oddity.

Have you come across this issue yet? Let us know in the comments below (and especially let the developers know!)

Letv Le Max Full Experience Finally Comes Out!

Posted by wicked July - 30 - 2015 - Thursday Comments Off

Letv Le Max has been released for several month. Until today, it is still a hot product. So our website check out Letv Le Max full experience here to you. Letv Le Max Camera The most highlight of Letv Le Max is on its camera. Letv Le Max features 21.46 MP rear Camera + 4.0MPfFront …

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Meizu M2 Real Images Comes Here!

Posted by wicked July - 30 - 2015 - Thursday Comments Off

Yesterday, Meizu has finished the Meizu M2 launch event. Lots of Meizu fans didn’t have chance to take a look at this new device. So here our website gives you Meizu M2 Real Images and some pictures taking by Meizu M2. From the above Meizu M2 real images, we can know that Meizu M2 is …

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Imgur for Android updated with redesigned card-based gallery

Posted by wicked June - 3 - 2015 - Wednesday Comments Off

Imgur, the popular photo hosting and social site, has been entertaining millions of people exploring images of cats, motivational posts, hilarious memes, or just about anything that is going viral right now. The app’s Android version was recently updated with a new and better upload plus a revamped card-based gallery for mobile.

With the redesigned card-based gallery, you can see the visual stories now in front-and-center. To explore the photo stream, swipe to the left or right. To comment, vote, or favorite a post, just touch the image. Imgur for Android shows you stuff that really matter like the images, comments, and the community. Feel free to tell your story with photos and caption that can speak right to the hearts of the Imgurians. As with most app updates, several bugs have been fixed like you won’t get stuck in an image loop now with the new Imgur version.

You can easily browse photos by topic to the posts you are most interested in. It still is the same Android app we’ve grown to love that offers an easy way to explore, create, and share visual stories in a very friendly community. All the current funny things in the Internet, you can find in Imgur.

Imgur for Android was updated ahead of the iOS version but the latter should be ready soon. Imgur’s Lead Mobile Developer Andrew Shu shared how Imgur continues to provide a interesting mobile experience. He said, “We wanted to create a better mobile-first experience, so you can quickly and easily tap into Imgur from your commute, when you need a laugh or some support, when you’re bored, and anytime you get an itch for Imgur.” Shu said that the company is always committed to incorporating community feedback into future releases and updates so we can expect better versions every time.

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First images of OPPO Find 9 surface

Posted by wicked April - 5 - 2015 - Sunday Comments Off


The first alleged images of the forthcoming OPPO Find 9 have surfaced revealing some new features for OPPO’s successor to their OPPO Find 7 smartphone. One of the first things that has been spotted in the leaked images is the presence of a dual camera setup on the rear of the device. HTC started the trend of dual cameras and OPPO appears to be joining the movement.

You may also notice a large button located centrally on the back cover of the OPPO Find 9. The button could be a power button that emulates the placement LG uses for the LG G2 and LG G3. The button could also be a fingerprint sensor, another popular feature showing up increasingly often on flagship devices.

On the front of the device we can see very thin bezels. The display will supposedly be a 5.5-inch 2k screen and if the thin bezels are accurately shown, the Find 9 should look spectacular.

Previous leaks indicate the Find 9 will come equipped with a Snapdragon 810 processor and 4GB of RAM.


source: GizmoChina

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More images of Xiaomi Mi5 chassis appear

Posted by wicked January - 11 - 2015 - Sunday Comments Off


A couple days ago an image of the forthcoming Xiaomi Mi5′s chassis leaked that seemed to indicate the new smartphone will be very thin when released later this week. That image was a printout describing the chassis with a drawing or image. Today some new images have surfaced of an actual aluminum chassis that are reportedly the chassis for the Mi5.

When the Mi5 launches, which is scheduled to happen later this week on January 15th, it is expected to come with a screen in the 5.5-inch to 6-inch range, although it is not yet known whether it will be a 1080p resolution or bumped up to QuadHD. Likewise, the processor and amount of RAM are not yet known, though many are expecting 3 – 4 GB of RAM and at least a Snapdragon 805 chip.

Look for more leaks to surface over the next few days leading up to the expected January 15th release in China.


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Snapchat images may have been breached through third-party service

Posted by wicked October - 10 - 2014 - Friday Comments Off


According to reports, some 4chan users are claiming that a a third-party app used to access the Snapchat service has been breached giving access to over 200,000 images matched with usernames. The app in question is named SnapSaved and is used to get around Snapchat’s system that alerts users when someone grabs a screenshot of an image that has been posted. Apparently SnapSaved was using a cloud architecture to save the images being grabbed from Snapchat, along with everything else that was being passed to a user, like usernames. According to posters on 4chan, the image database will be posted online by this Sunday, October 12th.

Original reports claimed the service that was hacked was Snapsave, which does the same thing as SnapSaved – grab Snapchat images without the sender being notified. However, a representative for Snapsave, Georgie Casey, says Snapsave “had nothing to do with it and we’ve never logged username/passwords.” Casey also indicated Snapsave does not use a cloud system to save images.

Snapchat itself has also issued a statement regarding the claimed breach:

“We can confirm that Snapchat’s servers were never breached and were not the source of these leaks. Snapchatters were victimized by their use of third-party apps to send and receive Snaps, a practice that we expressly prohibit in our Terms of Use precisely because they compromise our users’ security. We vigilantly monitor the App Store and Google Play for illegal third-party apps and have succeeded in getting many of these removed.”

The SnapSaved web site is currently down and reports indicate that it has been for a while. The web site was the portal to the service and there are some suspicions that it was setup for the sole purpose of collecting the images for eventual “leaking” by hackers. A report also indicates that the image database file was initially made available through which was installing malicious software on the computers of users who were trying to access the file.


sources: Engadget, Business Insider

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