Typically, most of the Arab states of the Persian Gulf, along with parts of Jordan and Iraq, are considered Badow (Bedouins).
According to the release for the app, Name Tag will look for public photos on social networking sites, like Facebook and Linked In, to pull together a Name Tag profile from faces users have searched.
On Thursday, reached out to Kevin Tussy, a developer for Name Tag, but did not immediately hear back.
A spokeswoman, however, did confirm that the app is in beta right now, with an official release date aimed at Q1 of this year.
A how-to illustration on the app site, nametag.ws, shows that users have various ways to search a person's photo – whether they be an unsuspecting passerby on the street or just someone of interest to the average person with internet access.
To start the search, a Name Tag user has the option of scanning the image from Google Glass or their smartphone, or of pasting the URL of an image into the app.