Image searching is a cakewalk that everyone must already be aware of. All you have to do is go to Google and type in your search keywords, and your image results get displayed within a matter of milliseconds. But what if you have an image already, and you want to search all the sources on the internet that have used that image or ones similar to it? Doesn’t it happen sometimes that there is an object or an image you come across, maybe offline or online, that you’re sure you have seen earlier, but are not able to remember exactly what or where you’ve seen it? This is what is known as a reverse image search. Your favourite go-to knowledge lord Google not only provides image searching but also reverse image searching services. Here are the three ways how to Google reverse image search on an Android mobile device.
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Reverse Image Search From Search Results
Step 1: Visit images.google.com from your Android device.
Step 2: Search for an image and tap on the required image from the search results.
Step 3: Tap on the Google lens icon on the top right corner of the image. That’s it!
At the bottom of your screen will be displayed all the websites where the selected image or any images similar to it appear on the internet, along with any information or description regarding the same.
Reverse Image Search From A Website
Step 1: From your Android Google or Google Chrome app, visit the website containing the image you want to search.
Step 2: Touch and hold the image.
Step 3: A list of options appears on the screen. Select the Search with Google Lens option from the list.
Step 4: You can select the entire image or a part of the image to include in your reverse image search. At the bottom of your screen will be displayed all the search results related to the image scanned.
Search With An Image Saved On Your Android
Step 1: Open the latest version of the Google or Google Chrome app on your Android smartphone. If you don’t have their latest version, then we recommend you upgrade both these apps.
Step 2: Click on the Google Lens icon on the search bar.
Step 3: The Google Lens window appears. You can now click an image in real-time from your camera or select an existing one from your gallery to use for your reverse image search.
The search results related to the image will be displayed at the bottom of your screen. In this way, you can reverse image search on Google from your Android smartphone. Wasn’t it easy? As a quick bonus tip, you can also download the Google Lens app and use it directly for reverse image searching to avoid the hassle of visiting the browser every time you need to trace back the source of an image or an object that you come across.
In case there is any other way of reverse image searching on Google, do let us know in the comments section below.
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