Whether we like it or not, memes have become part of the way we interact; we even use memes as references in our daily lives.
Iterating over existing memes, on the other hand, can be an unnecessarily clunky user experience. You’ll need to choose a meme template first, then figure out how to add text, which might involve converting draft Instagram stories into photo editing software.
And now, a meme search engine has finally been invented.
Antimatter’s Reverse Meme Search app, which was introduced for web and iOS today, October 23, does the work for you instead of scouring Google photos for a clean model of the meme. current.
Simply upload a meme and the software will give you a blank canvas to work with.
On apps like Reddit and Twitter, you can long-press on a photo, then tap the Reverse app icon when iOS asks you where you want to share the image.
After finding the template, you can use the app’s built-in image editor to add text to the meme and customize the font, color, size, and placement of the text.
Comic sans is not available in the app, which appears to be a deliberate exclusion.
Tech Crunch putting the program to the test, and while a Spider-Man tally joke was simple to reverse engineer, the reverse meme lookup was instantly blocked by a fried Owen Wilson meme.
It’s the first image that pops up when you search for fried memes on Google Images, but it’s not necessarily a pattern.
On Photoshop, you probably couldn’t completely remove text and emojis from a fried meme.
So even if the “Meme Concierge” is just a “human with 16GB of RAM and two USB-C ports,” as the email claims, this meme finder app is a useful service. .
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Jonathan Libov, the founder of Antimatter, declined to explain how the meme search engine program works.
The meme app still lacks clarity in its real purpose of whether it’s a program that only does reverse image search, or if the app just helps recognize the meme you’re looking for. and return the model you want.
Also, an obvious feature of the meme search engine is that it automatically removes text from the image you are looking for.
However, since the online news website blocked the app with fried Owen Wilson, it’s probably reverse image search, but now anyone trying to generate their own fried Owen Wilson meme n won’t need to use janitor as the model is now in their system.
With that, the app seems to be a combination of Instapaper and Pinterest, as well as Figma.
According to Libov, the two main features are: first, collecting visuals, possibly more than just meme templates, any visuals that you find useful and meaningful; and second, store them in your library.
Antimatter is a peer-to-peer learning and education startup, and Reverse Meme Search is part of the creative experience they wanted to share with the public as soon as possible.
Antimatter website claims it was inspired by the internet’s many fantastic learning meme groups.
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