If Ubuntu is your OS of selection, you have actually currently been delighting in so-called lenses to help you browse with your music, video clips, apps and documents. So why not a search filter for images? Why not undoubtedly, said the folks at Canonical. The dev team has actually merely updated the operating system (variation 12.10) with an Image Lens that lets you search your pics by name, tag or EXIF information. Just what’s even more, in addition to browsing images stored locally, you can pull in images stored on sites like Facebook and Flickr, since who recognizes how numerous of your cameraphone images bypassed your home computer and went right to the web?
Filed under: SoftwareUbuntu 12.10 adds Photo Lens for browsing pictures stored locally and online originally appeared on Engadget onTue, 28 Aug 2012 01:56:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink|OMG! Ubuntu!|Email this|Comments
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