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18 June 2018

Using voice recognition and a new technology called Natural Language Tagging, ChromaTag lets you tag photos simply by describing them. QromaTag's intelligent parser looks for things like dates, locations and people in your description and automatically creates tags for them.

Using macOS's dictation feature, you describe each photo in your own words.

QromaTag then detects important details from the description, including dates, exact locations and even the full names of the people in the photos and automatically generates key metadata tags. From your voice description, you get a photo with that full description plus up to eight common metadata tags.

QromaTag also makes geotagging easier with its Custom Places panel to locate and store exact locations. With a single click, one of up to six important pieces of precise location data can be embedded in your photos.

In addition, QromaTag's Relationship Manager allows you to say "mom" or "dad" to tag their full names. QromaTag also provides batch editing.

With that information now embedded in the standard IPTC an EXIF metadata stored in the file header of JPEG, TIFF, PNG and DNG files, you can find any photo efficiently. And the photo will also include a voice caption that describes the image.

Voice recognition is optional. You can alternately keyboard the description.

QromaTag requires macOS 10.11 or later. There's also a version that runs under iOS.

QromaTag is currently available for $29.99, 40 percent off the regular price of $49.99. A 7-day free trial with a 24-minute video and PDF documentation is also available.

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