What Dog A Microsoft Garage Project

What Dog A Microsoft Garage Project

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Entertainment
  • Release Date: 2016-02-11
  • Current Version: 1.2.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 60.92 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.3 or later.
Score: 2.5
2.5
From 407 Ratings

Description

What Dog (A Microsoft Garage Project) By Microsoft Corporation Description What Dog, recognizes dogs and classifies them by their breed. As with any AI technology powered experiences, What Dog is able to learn and get better over time. While What Dog has knowledge of over a 100 popular pure breeds, it is still learning to recognize mixed breeds, so if we don't get it right, send us feedback from within the app, and then try again in the future! What Dog Fun: Just for fun we include a fun mode that lets you find out what dog breeds you and your friends are. Do some research: There's also an extensive collection of breeds that contains information such as disposition, size, coat and what types of families are best suited for each. This is the kind of app you're going to take out when you're with your friends. You'll make fun of each other, comparing which breeds you look like, and posting the tagged photos. We hope you enjoy it and the what-dog.net website as much as we enjoyed building them! The Microsoft Garage is an outlet for experimental projects for you to try. Learn more and discover other garage projects at http://garage.microsoft.com.

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Reviews

  • Wow not too bad!

    5
    By AnnBiz
    I already know my dogs breed totally did this for giggles. This app was on point! Of course different pics of him came up with different results but surprisingly they were still pretty close. I’m happy with this free purchase:)
  • Not

    5
    By marietreee
    Every time I take a picture of my dog it says something different and all the pictures are from different angles.
  • Not helpful

    1
    By ginaann3
    We have a 60lb pup, who is clearly a husky mixed with what, we are not sure! Twice this app told me it didn’t know what “it” is and the other two times it claimed our dog was a Chihuahua!
  • Not always right, but still good.

    2
    By gasson conley
    Said my purebred Labrador retriever was a Great Dane. Not always the most accurate, but with different angles you get different results. With my mixed Belgium malinois, it gave a fairly good answer.
  • Couldn’t be more wrong

    1
    By Addictshjdjjsbhaywhehdjd
    It mistaked my 80lb lab for a 120 lb Anatolian shepherd. Doesn’t work at all.
  • It Told Me My Jack Russell was a Pointer

    2
    By Grell Sutcliff The Fabulous
    It’s best to put in a bunch of different pictures of your dog and see which breeds come up the most often to determine breed and things were going well for a bit. I could see what aspects were determining what breed each dog was and it was spot on with the pictures I grabbed of purebreds off the internet. Then it called a JRT a Pointer. And a staffie a Bull Terrier. On multiple occasions. So yeah, not the most accurate but still fun to play with.
  • Love it!

    5
    By SammieJoe89
    Pretty accurate with our pups, our purebred and our mutts!! Kids even had fun taking their pictures, the app put ears on them and gave them a dog as well which is cute!
  • Wow

    1
    By 👻😺Ghostcat
    Just wow. I tried doing my friend’s Border Collie, one of the easiest dogs to recognize, and it told me that her dog was a Pug. Tell me just ONE similarity between those two breeds. Please.
  • Terrible

    1
    By master malaver
    I put a picture of my small 2 ft tall dog sitting down and it said it was not a dog, also it put an accurate picture of my dog and it said that is was a small dog with a lot of hair and nothing like mine, and all the dogs are inaccurate to the real ones. ‼️Do Not Download ‼️
  • LOUSY!!

    1
    By vaprloc
    Doesn’t work! First I took a picture of my very large, but not overweight, 85 lb full blood Doberman Pincher lying down with head up. It said, “It is not a dog.“ So giving it the benefit of a doubt I tried a picture of my dog’s head next to a headrest in my car, where you can obviously see the size comparison of his head to the headrest. He has his ears cropped in the show cut (which I didn’t do, by the way). It said 60% or so that it was a Miniature Pincher. The rest were other small breed dog options. So I picked a picture where I thought there was no doubt as to the breed. He is a textbook large red Dobie. It still came up with Min Pin. I give up!! Going to delete now. Waste of my time!!

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