Reverse image search is a handy function that comes in use quite often. Can’t find the artist of an artwork you came across online? Reverse image search for the art and you will be able to track down the person who created it. A simple reverse image search is also helpful in finding products and identifying unknown objects. All you need to do is click a picture and search for it. In this article, we bring you the top 4 simple methods to reverse image search on iPhone and iPad.
Reverse Image Search using Google Chrome
Step 1: Go to https://images.google.com on the Chrome web browser.
Step 2: Tap the ellipses (three dots) at the top right corner of the screen. Select ‘desktop site.’
Step 3: Tap the camera icon.
Step 4: Tap on ‘Upload an image’ and select the image you want to search from your phone’s gallery.
Step 5: Google will present the relevant results for the source of the image.
Reverse Image Search on iPhone or iPad using Bing
Step 2: Select ‘Take Photo’ and click on the gallery icon to upload the image you want to search for. If you want to search for an object or a product, you can take a live picture and upload it.
Bing will present the relevant results for the source of the image.
Use Google Lens
Download the Google app on your iPhone or iPad and tap the camera icon to search by image using Google Lens. You can take an image of any object in your surroundings or upload an image from your device’s gallery. Google will come up with relevant results about the source of the image or details about the object in the image. You can download the Google app for your iPhone or iPad here.
Use the Reverse Image Search app
Don’t want to use Google Lens? The Reverse Image Search is a great alternative. All you need to do is upload an image from your phone’s gallery and the Reverse Image Search app will look for relevant results across Google, Bing, Tineye and Yandex. The in-app editor also allows you to crop the image before you upload it. You can also directly search images from your Gallery, Camera, Clipboard, and Files using this app’s handy extension. You can download the Reverse Image Search app here.
These are the top 4 simple methods to reverse image search on an iPhone or iPad. Non-Apple users can read our guide to using Google’s reverse image search function here. Apart from the methods mentioned above, you can also find several third-party apps on the App Store to perform a reverse image search. You can also use websites like Berify and Tineye to reverse search for videos.
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