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October 2, 2013

Google's Reverse Image Search, Now in Chrome

Google's reverse image search feature is about to become more popular, now that you can easily use it in Chrome 30+. You no longer have to install an extension, just right-click an image and click "search Google for this image".

"Search by image allows you to do a reverse image search and discover all sorts of content that's related to a specific image. For example, search using a picture of your favorite band and see search results that might include similar images, webpages about the band, and even sites that include the same picture," explains Google.

It's interesting to notice that Google uploads the image, instead of using the URL. Maybe Google wanted to make sure that you'll always get some results: not all the URLs are publicly accessible (for example: Gmail's image attachments).

Reverse image search also works for modified versions of an image, so you can use it to find more information about an image, other sites that include the image, the original source of an image. You can also use TinEye, a similar reverse image search engine.


  1. Reverse Image Search is essentially finding the opposite picture or remarkable picture source from web. There are various bloggers and content researchers who need to make the equivalent subject which is starting now formed by someone else. In light of current circumstances finding the practically identical pictures is vital. It's really tricky out the similar picture on web. Reverse picture watch instrument will complete this occupation for you.

  2. Google's reverse image search feature is still working perfectly.



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