Don’t know but here is a podcast from blind bargains on this. I don’t exactly know where it is in the podcast but it is there!
Blind Bargains podcast 58
Ok, I thought it was an iOS thing because I just went onto fb with my computer using jaws and it didn’t say nothing like 2 faces, etc. I did the same thing with the phone and it spoke some details.
So if it’s a fb pic, why isn’t it working on the computer and only the phone?
IOS does not do this! This is a Face book feature! The closest thing to this on IOS is live photos and this allows for an audio tag to be put with a photo. But it will not recognize a photo that is just taken and is setting in the library.
Now you could use TapTapSee and pick something from your photo library and TapTapSee will recognize what is in the photo and this could be helpful and then you label the photo. The problem is the photo you just label in the photo library does not stick with the photo if it is moved or something. So it is not a tag just a label.
I did not know this about iOS. I do know that Facebook is adding automatic text descriptions to the photos uploaded to its sight now, but like you explain, they just are not quite descriptive enough to be of a lot of use. It is my understanding that Twitter now allows one to add his own description to a picture uploaded to their website. I think that would be better.
Sent: Sunday, April 17, 2016 12:58 AM
Subject: [TechTalk] iOS and photos
I’m not too much of a geek when it comes to the iPhone but with photos I’ve noticed when I post a pic to my timeline it will say things like two people and blue skies. Haha, at least I know there are two people in the photo! Now, if it can only tell me more detail for when I go around snapping pics of women, like the color of their skin. I’m trying to find an Asian woman. Thoughts? Not about the Asian woman thing but how much info vo is giving out about photos now. Pretty cool, I say.