Where Did That Image Come From?

By | December 31, 2019
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Where Did That Image Come From?

Reverse image search engines have been around for a long time. In the beginning, they were not very accurate, not very fast, and not very useful. However, today’s reverse image search engines are accurate and fast. 

Over the last few days, we’ve been test-driving a reverse-image search extension for Google Chrome. In our tests, we found that generally, it works well. The Chrome extension we test is “One-click Reverse Image Search” and it makes all five reverse-image search engines available to you by right-clicking on any Web image.

  • Google image search
  • Bing image match
  • Yandex image search
  • TinEye image search
  • Baidu image search

One-click Reverse Image Search is uncomplicated and simple to use. Once you add the extension to Chrome, right-click on an image and choose the image search engine you wish to use. You have the option to use all five image search engines at once. We do not recommend that option as each search result will open in a separate browser tab. 

When you set up the One-click Reverse Image Search extension, you can elect to use a single default image search engine, or you can choose an option to show a submenu with the five image search engines listed.

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In our tests, we elected to use the submenu option. In the screenshot below, you can see that when we right-clicked on an image a menu appeared. We chose the menu option “Search with this image” which opens a submenu showing “All search engines” and a list showing the five search engines included with the One-click Reverse Image Search extension.

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It’s time to bring the developer so he or she can more exquisitely acquaint you with One-click Reverse Image Search.

Support (sic) Google, Bing, Yandex, TinEye and Baidu search engines. Initiate a search using any image on the web in just one click.

 

To use this extension, right click on an image on the web and select “Search with this image” then choose the search engine you want to use.

 

You can configure the context menu by clicking the extension icon on Chrome toolbar to contain either a single button with your default search engine, or a cascaded menu with all included search engines.

 

Found an image on the web that you’re curious about? With this extension, you can initiate a search on Google, Bing, Yandex, TinEye and Baidu using pictures on the web. You can discover photos of places, learn more about art pieces, identify landmarks, and more.

 

Google Search is a trademark of Google Inc. The use of the trademark is subject to Google’s permission. This extension is neither endorsed by or affiliated with Google.

 

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Overall, we were impressed with the One-click Reverse Image Search extension for Google Chrome. This extension could be a time-saver for you if you frequently perform reverse image searches. 

Here are some screenshots we made of the One-click Reverse Image Search extension in action. 

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Cloudeight Chrome tips and freeware picks

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Now you know how the One-click Reverse Image Search extension works and how you can use it to perform reverse image searches.

Install the One-click Reverse Image Search extension for Chrome from this page.

Now… where did that image come from?

 

One thought on “Where Did That Image Come From?

  1. Gary Bartlett

    This is a great tip. i use TinEye a lot but his makes it so much easier. Thanks! Gary B.

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