Find Images As Easy As You Find Fonts

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Are there other versions of this image?

Okay, so you find an image but it’s kind of small and your wondering if there is another higher resolution version, but you don’t know where to look. You could spend hours trying to hunt down the original website and see if there are hints there, or you could use a website called TinyEye.

TinEye to the Rescue

TinEye tracks where your image appears online. It is very easy to use. Just go to www.tineye.com.

Using TinEye, you can search by image or perform what we call a reverse image search. You can do that by uploading an image or searching by URL. You can also simply drag and drop your images to start your search.

TinEye constantly crawls the web and adds images to its index. Today, the TinEye index is over 32.9 billion images.

Upload an image from your computer or mobile device by clicking the upload button to locate the image you wish to search for.

To search by URL, copy and paste an image URL address into the search box.

Drag an image from a tab in your browser and drop it in a browser tab where TinEye is open.

 

Browser extensions

The TinEye extensions allow you to search for any web image by simply right-clicking on images in a web browser. We have an extension for FirefoxChromeSafari, and Opera.

I’ve used this service for years and the results are astonishing! Give it a try!

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