Google Museum Arts, Culture App: How To Find Your Portrait Face Match

'Face match' makes Google Arts & Culture most downloaded free app on US App Store

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And it's one that's clearly caught on! However, using a can allow you to access to the selfie matching feature in India. However, there are people who have raised concerns over the nature of the app saying that Google is using the app to store pictures of people for its photo recognition database.

"Take a selfie and discover if your portrait is in a museum", the app's description says of its "Is your portrait in a museum?" project. The general public eventually found it over the Christmas period, eventually driving the application to the top of both Google Play and Apple's App Store.

Users should then scroll down to the section that says "Is your portrait in a museum?"

'Face match' makes Google Arts & Culture most downloaded free app on US App Store

When I first opened the app, I didn't really know what to do or where to go.

But the latest iteration of the Google Arts & Culture app, which promises to scour more than 1,200 museums in over 70 countries to find one's art doppelganger, has become a viral hit.

After taking the selfie, the system looks for the art twin.

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It launched back in 2015, but the "portrait yourself" feature was added in December.

Google Arts & Culture - a free app for Android and iOS - is created to let you explore the world's greatest museums right from your smartphone. Google uses its own image recognition technology to scan its vast library of museum portraits and throw up an image that most closely resembles the user. And so I began! Me too. Couldn't find the face matching thing?

Explaining why the app is not available outside the app, a Google spokesperson told The Sun, "This is an experiment that's only available in parts of the U.S. right now, but we're glad people are having so much fun matching their selfies to works of art". You line up your face inside the boxed area and snap a photo.

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Are you a Vincent van Gogh? Or maybe a royal guard in the background of a glorious Goya painting!

The feature rolled out to the app on iOS and Android last month.

If you live somewhere that doesn't have access to the feature just yet, a good way to stay aware of when it's coming your way is by following the Google Arts & Culture account on Twitter.

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