Google Arts & Culture app lets users find their artwork lookalike


To use the doppelgänger feature, a user simply snaps a selfie and then uploads it on the app. This surge in popularity came as a result of the latest addition to the app that provided its users the opportunity to match their selfies to faces in notable artworks, allegedly, from around the globe.

IL has similar laws and is the only other state in which the Google Arts & Culture face-matching app doesn't work.

Rather unfortunately though, the art & culture app turned out to be a victim of its own success. After installing the VPN app, "Switch Location" should be enabled to select the United States of America from the list.

The feature, found within the app, invites users to: "Take a selfie and search thousands of artworks to see if any look like you".

According to reports, the new update to the Google Arts & Culture app allows users to take a selfie and allow the app's facial recognition technology to analyze it.

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Japan's reported earlier that Google had set up a China-specific version of the Google Maps website for the first time in eight years and introduced a map application for Chinese iPhones for the first time. Additionally, the Google Arts & Culture app will reveal the name of the selected portraits along with the museum it belongs to.

The app is available for download from the Google Play store.

We reached out to Google for comment.

Thousands of users in the USA have flocked to Google's Arts & Culture app to compare selfies alongside their art historical doppelgängers.