Social media has become everything now and people are more concerned about their social media identity. Now social media has changed the meaning of interacting with each other. Rather than connecting we keep on showing off with the help of digital technology. Now images have taken all the limelight of social media you can share it all with an image. But most of us face the problem of captioning the image when we upload it. Just think you have taken a nice snap of your handmade dessert or capture a very memorable moment and you are going to share it with the social media world. Right before you are going to hit the to upload you are struggling in giving a worthy to the image. What if I tell you there is an app can caption your image automatically for you, yes you don't need to put stress on the head to write.
Amber Atherton A former made in Chelsea star came up with the app named Rubric idea of app suggesting the image caption. She said her friends and family members keep tagging her in the images and ask for captions. Their time comes when she has no clue what caption will be perfect and made her confused. She finally decided to solve this problem perfectly by creating this app embedded with machine learning to suggest a witty and inspirational caption. When you put the image in the Rubric app it uses the internet to identify its details and suggests you some relevant categories to choose. Once you choose the category, it will start showing the most relevant and interesting captions. Like you are going to image of anything that's been in news recently, it will dig the internet and will find you the most promising caption.
When you upload a photo it automatically recognizes the things in the image and suggests you some categories. These major categories can be dogs, pets, home, friends, Food, Car and much more you just need to select one. If you have taken a photo of your cat to show your friends how cute she is when you upload it will first you will get the categories including cat then the most relevant captions to add.
If you are in the mood for sharing a pic of the recent activity or news that was viral over the news the app will also assist you with that. If you are sharing the photos of last La Liga match it will find the best-suited caption with the help of internet. It basically recognizes the objects and persons in images pull information from them and then suggests relevant captions for it.
Rubric app can be very helpful for the people who are not much creative in aspects of caption typing or lazy to do it. Considering the current social media vogue filled with image sharing and endless captioning this app could become viral among the users. This app is the example of a simple yet unique idea and how simple thinking could lead to a business if you execute it perfectly.
She is a content marketer and has more than five years of experience in IoT, blockchain, Web, and mobile development. In all these years, she closely followed the app development, and now she writes about the existing and the upcoming mobile app technologies. Her essence is more like a ballet dancer.