Slyce is a company that online shoppers will become quite familiar with in the coming months. Mobile app technology is always innovating. Slyce is on track to making its visual search app a highly valuable program for anyone wishing to shop a lot easier through a wireless service.
And people do love to shop. Not only does shopping open the door to acquiring important things needed for daily life, a lot of grand luxury items are up for sale from a host of sellers. People really do love to buy things, which is why commerce is comprised of billions of dollars. What people like even more is a combination of deals and convenience. The visual search and image recognition program of Slyce hopes to provide consumers with a great way to buy things in a convenient manner and, hopefully, in a way that delivers a great many excellent deals.
What they might not find, however, is the best deal unless they are using all the search features at their disposal. This is where Slyce, the brilliant new product-image search app could provide a fantastic new help for consumers. In particular, those consumers who love new technology are going to really welcome this unique app.
How does the app work? Basically, the app is downloaded onto a smartphone. Once downloaded and installed, the app will search for similar items to those things photographed with a mobile device. Yes, the search matches the images to merchandise that looks similar to it. For sheer ease and convenience, it would be hard to top what Slyce is able to deliver.
Does this sound a lot like Amazon Flow? In a sense, the two are very similar. The differences between the two are pretty pronounced though. Not too surprisingly, Amazon Flow only works on the Amazon website. Why would Amazon possibly want to release a device that helps its customers buy from competitors? Also, Amazon Flow is clunky. The photos have to be of pre-packaged merchandise and this further limits how Flow can be used.
With Slyce, the search device will work with any compatible online catalog. The list of online retail outfits working with Slyce is growing. The more it becomes obvious that Slyce is popular among consumers, the more online retailers are going to work with it.
The Toronto-based company has raised nearly $11 million in venture capital and has just purchased the Israeli-based app, Pounce.