TapTapSee gives users a general identification of any picture or video. For example, if the user takes a picture of a can of soup and wants to know the name of the brand, TapTapSee will be able to read the label and return the identification with the brand name. Nevertheless, keep in mind that TapTapSee will only be able to recognize objects that are in focus and within the camera's scope.
Lighting conditions are also important for the quality of the identification. TapTapSee includes an autofocus alert that can be turned ON and OFF in the About menu. Once an object comes into focus, TapTapSee makes a sound to notify the user that it's in the optimal position to take a picture or video. Please see the following additional information here on how it works according to Ask Ai.