Imagga is an Image Recognition Platform-as-a-Service providing Image Tagging APIs for developers & businesses to build scalable, image intensive cloud apps. The technology fully automates the process of assigning keywords and/or domain-specific categories to images. The solution is horizontally scalable and can handle whatever load of images needs to be analyzed and annotated. It can adapt to customer needs by custom training and/or feedback loop. Wrapped in a very easy to integrate API in the cloud, or on customer premises, it can go in production in a matter of several hours.
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The Imagga Objective-C Sample Code demonstrates how developers can install, test, and call the API to access images features in OS systems. It aims to ease the use of image mobile apps that include colors, cropping, tagging, content, and categories.