Have you ever tried finding shoes online? It can take a while to find the exact kind of shoes that you are looking for if you are doing your searching the old fashioned way. We have this lovely technology in front of us, but we have to learn how to use it. Did you know that you can actually use the camera on your smart phone or other device to find the product that you are looking for? You can actually search for those shoes that your friend is wearing, or any other product that is in your environment, without having to type a single keyword into a big, white search box.
Introducing Visual Search Recognition Shopping
The newest trend in online shopping takes the pain and frustration out of finding the right product that you are looking for. In fact, you can use the camera on your smart phone to do the entire image recognition, so you can save your fingers for tying your new shoe laces. I was so excited when I found out about Slyce and their visual search application that I just had to share the news with everyone. I feel like Slyce has reintroduced me to online shopping in a whole new way. I am so excited about this new found technology.
Slyce Partners With Retailers
The more retailers that Slyce partners with, the better product offerings they have on their application. Their application is already packed with an arsenal of product offerings from clothing to shoes to household products. It is refreshing to see that Slyce is here to help us figure out exactly how to get our products without having to go to the shopping mall or stand in lines at stores. They have partnered with Home Depot, Tilly’s and many other major retailers to bring consumers closer to their purchases.
The newest partnership that I am excited about is between Slyce and Shoe Carnival. This partnership is making it easier to find the shoes that you really want. You can take a picture of the shoes that your friend is wearing when you meet him, and you will likely find them on Slyce’s application. Shoe Carnival sells all kinds of shoes, including major brands and new styles that hit the market.