Microsoft launched Seeing AI, free smartphone app for iOS device in the U.S., Canada, India, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore and coming soon to more countries. Seeing AI designed for the blind, low vision and visually impaired community, to describe nearby people, objects and scenes using neural network based AI that runs locally on their phone.
Adobe launched Adobe Scan mobile app for iOS and Android for free but need to login Adobe ID after install. Adobe Scan app lets users capture documents using smartphones or tablets, together with built-in Optical Character Reader (OCR) function convert the image to smart PDF format that can be shared or stored in Adobe Document Cloud.
Spotify and Waze are announced new updates partnering to integrate playlist into Waze app and vice versa. You can start Waze navigation within Spotify or you can access Spotify playlists and control playback within Waze. If the car is stop, you can switch between both apps with single tap.
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Android Pay listing in the Google Play Store has been updated showing new screenshots of Android Pay application running on Android Wear 2.0 operating system, spotted first by Droid-Life.
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Meitu, free one touch photoshop editing app with instant beautifying effects and putting finishing touches on your photos. Meitu app originally launched in 2008, with $4.5 billion initial public offering (IPO) on Hong Kong stock exchange in December 2016, around 450 million users across Asia upload and edit some 6 billion photos every month, adding different-colored backgrounds, augmented reality frames, “hyper-cute” stickers, filters, blemish-banishing brush tools and beauty retouch feature to take away sun spots or age lines and enlarge your eyes. You can share digital makeover on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or your social media channel of choice.