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This article was published on March 29, 2010

    Image search engine GazoPa is Blooming!

    Image search engine GazoPa is Blooming!
    Charles Knight
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    Charles Knight

    Charles Knight is the editor of The Next Web Search. Charles Knight is the editor of The Next Web Search.

    Just in time for Spring, image search engine GazoPa has released GazoPa Bloom. Bloom is a site for flower lovers that enables users to search, discover and share flower information.

    But it is more than that, it is also a demonstration of GazoPa’s similar image search technology that enables users to search for flower names by uploading flower photos that are unfamiliar to them. For the serious gardeners, users can also share flower knowledge as well as just the flower photos.

    Bloom is in private beta, so you do need to request an invite code, but if you want to check it out first, there is a short but informative video on the next page: