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February 9, 2012

Find More About a Google Image Search Result

Here's a simple way to learn more about a Google image search result without actually clicking it. Just drag the image to the search box and you'll be able to use "search by image" to find similar images and pages that include the image.

You can also mouse over the result and click "similar" or click the result and use the "search by image" feature, but drag-and-drop is faster. Another advantage is that you can edit the query and filter the results. For example, you can find pages that include the image and the word "hotel".

{ Thanks, Itamar. }


  1. You can do this with pictures on your computer as well, just drag them to the browser, it will upload it and find similar pictures... VERY cool - a bit scare but COOL :)

  2. WOW - very cool, I just did it with a picture of me and my daughter, and it pulled up picture that looked just like it with other people :) neat!

  3. Of course, it is fine. But, what is the main purpose of this task? We are already searching for the images by entering the keyword and clicking the images option. I feel it would be more convenient to search. Isn't it?

  4. Google Image is also useful for learning foreign language:

  5. For those of you who have yet to discover photo sharing sites I am here to sing their praises. New photo-sharing sites are springing up almost everyday, many with exciting new options. Some of the most well-known are Flickr, Picasa, and Photobucket.


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