Amazon’s Part Finder tool can help you identify nuts and bolts Amazon rolled out a new image recognition feature in its app. Unless hardware repair is your profession or serious hobby, chances are you’re unlikely to know the exact name, size, or type of a particular nut or bolt you’ve got on hand.

And if, say, you’re assembling some furniture and realize you’ve misplaced a screw or two, that can be problematic. Luckily, Amazon has a new tool to save the day.

It’s called Part Finder. Amazon’s Part Finder is a feature that was recently added to the Amazon shopping app on iOS, TechCrunch reports.

The app can identify more than 100 different types of fasteners, which translate to millions of different product SKUs, so you can find the exact bolt, nut, or screw that you need more of. To start using the feature, tap the camera next to the search box in the Amazon app.

Part Finder is a bit more finicky than Amazon’s typical mobile image recognition capabilities. Amazon walks you through the instructions: To start, you need to place the part against a white background. Read more from…

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