Very often, certain images appear online, which makes viewers very curious as to where they are from. Learning how to reverse image search on Android and iOS fixes this problem and helps users know where an image is likely to come from.
Google Reverse Image Search
According to Mashable’s story, depending on the type of mobile browser used, it might not be immediately obvious how to perform a simple reverse image search on mobile. The easiest solution that can be done is to easily download and use Google’s Chrome browser for Android and iOS.
This particular browser already has a built-in quick and easy method that can be used to perform reverse image search. The simple process of finding reverse images on Android and iOS can be done by following the steps below.
How to Reverse Image Search on Android and iOS
The Google Image Search feature can be very useful when trying to perform a reverse image search. This would allow users to easily search for related images by uploading the image or even the URL of the image. Reverse image search for scams can be very helpful in spotting which news is true and which is not.
On the desktop, the process is much simpler and can be done by going to images.google.com and simply clicking on the camera icon in the search bar. Users can either paste the URL of an image they’ve seen online, download a certain image from their hard drive, or, even simpler, just drag an image into the search box.
Google reverse image search on Android or iOS
For those who want to reverse the image search on Android or iOS on a phone or tablet, users will still need to download the Google Chrome browser for the respective operating systems. The browsers would be free to download from the App Store for Apple and from Google Play for Android.
When users are on their phone through the Chrome browser app and just find a certain image that they like to search for, they just need to press and hold the image. From the menu that will appear on the screen after clicking the long press, users can simply click “Find this image on Google”. Google will then perform its advanced “Search by image” feature.
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Finding Image Sources Online
For users trying to search for images online, there are also third-party apps that can be used to find the source of an image. This, of course, always depends on the image as some images may be more difficult to find compared to others.
The Google Photos app has improved image search using some additional features. While this may not help users find the source of an image, it does provide users with a better search experience.
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