What is TinEye?
Are you wondering where an image has come from, or whether it might be copyrighted? TinEye is a great way to reverse search images on the net.
It’s really easy to use, all you have to do is right click the image that you want to search and select the option to search on tineye. You can even sort the results by date, so you’ll know where the image was loaded onto the internet first.
The extensions work with the latest stable builds of Firefox, Chrome, Edge and Opera.
How to install:
Visit the Chrome Web Store to install the free TinEye browser extension, or just click the "add TinEye to Chrome" when on TinEye.com’s homepage. (See image below)
|"add TinEye to Chrome"|
The TinEye extension is an official Firefox recommended extension, which means that it has been recognized as meeting “the highest standards of security, functionality, and user experience.” It can be downloaded here.
To start using the Edge extension, go to the Edge Add-ons page then click the “Get” button to install.
The Opera extension can be downloaded here.
How to use TinEye:
|“Search Image on TinEye”|
Right-click on any web image and select “Search Image on TinEye” from the context menu.
Your TinEye Results
Results are displayed for you at tineye.com. There is also a "sort by" drop down list which allows you to quickly sort your results by newest, oldest, best match, most changed, and biggest image.
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