Well, I went for a walk this morning and discovered a situation which I all along suspected time would reveal. I decided to take some pictures using both TapTapSee and oMoby. Using the highly touted TapTapSee, there were several "timeouts" before I got a rather week answer idendtifying green trees. OMoby indicated green trees and green grass; neither ever saw the house which should have been plainly visible but oMoby gave more detail all around. AS I recall, both Aps are free which may somewhat account for the inability to "Pay" the crowd sufficiently to attract good feedback. I suspect I might have different experiences with either Ap, depending on day, time of day, and seemingly in the case of TapTapSee, total reliance on croud feedback. OMoby uses both object recognition and croud feedback apparently. So I'll keep both around; haven't had much success with other object recognition aps when "looking around" any particular outdoor environment.