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You can download the Android version of the application at the following link:
You can download the IOS version of the application at the following link:
As it is currently a free application, the developer company does not offer a technical support service or guarantee as such.
There is a contact email address Contact@TapTapSeeApp.com.
You can access the web of the application in the following link
This application has had several stages, at first the application was completely free and since 2013 it suffered a period in which users were charged with a fee, at present the application is free again, even the API for developers is found on the web.
However, something happened to us that other users mention in their Playstore evaluations, the application stops working after a certain period of time that we are not notified of (several days), to use it again it is necessary to uninstall it and reuse install.
The application is easily locatable in GooglePlay, it is necessary to write the name without spaces for better identification ”Taptapsee”.
As soon as you access the application, a message is displayed on the screen that indicates that to make correct use of the application, Talkback must be activated.
In our opinion, this is not correct, since many people with reduced vision could benefit from the identification of images or colors, but they do not use the screen reader in their daily use of the Smartphone and do not want to activate it because they do not know how it works. they can't handle the screen reader terminal well.
In case of activating the screen reader, the mode of use is very simple, with very few functionalities, the most important being that of taking a photograph to proceed with its identification.
The previous photograph shows the main screen with a menu of functionalities at the top that we summarize below:
On this screen it is possible to configure the activation and deactivation of the flash, the automatic storage of the analyzed photo in the general gallery of the phone, it is possible to activate the full screen mode and deactivate the automatic focus sound.
In general, there are few options and it could include an activation and deactivation of Talkback from the application or reading text without Talkback activated.
In general, after the tests carried out, we consider that the image identification is very good and complete, although sometimes the translation into Spanish generates some confusion in the results offered. In the social validation section, a more complete detail of the identification results of numerous objects is offered.
Access to images from the library allows us to analyze when we want images previously stored on the phone.
The following table shows a comparison of the technical verification criteria of the 3 applications compared.
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