Trying The New Trend In Online Shopping
My family loves to shop online. My wife buys all of our children’s birthday and Christmas presents online, and she is often buying herself things or buying things to make our home even lovelier. Last week she bought a new lamp for the dining room, and it was shipped straight to our home. We have been shopping online for years, and I honestly believe that it makes our lives much easier. It saves us from having to spend our valuable time walking around in shopping malls to find the things that we want, and we would have to deal with what the store had in its selection, of course. The options when you shop online are unlimited, so you always leave the transaction with something that you want.
The new trend in online shopping is making things even easier. It was already a luxury to not have to go to the stores to get what we wanted to purchase, but now, we can avoid ever having to type into the search box the keywords that find the things that we want to buy. The new trend I am referring to is called visual search recognition. Visual search engines make life a whole lot easier for all of us as consumers. We can now simply find a picture of the item that we want in order to find it in the online visual search market place. Even if the item is right in front of you, you can simply snap a picture of it in order to conduct your search.
There are other options that users have when it comes to using visual search engines. A user can use a picture of the object from a print ad, or the user can also take a picture of a barcode or QR code in order to search for that product.
Slyce’s Visual Search Platform
The visual search engine that my family uses is called Slyce. My wife and I both have Slyce downloaded onto our phones. It is free to download, and Slyce is incredibly easy to navigate. Their platform produces the most reliable visual search results that I have seen. They also work with major online and offline retailers. They have recently partnered with a number of large retailers, including Neiman Marcus, Urban Outfitters, Home Depot, Tilly’s and Shoe Carnival.