Google advanced image search allows you to find the owner of a particular image. Do you want to use pictures on your website? Firstly, you should see if someone is already using that image. Today, we are going to discuss how to reverse image search on Google. So, let’s get into it.
Learn: Using Reverse Image Search on Google
The method of doing an advanced image search on Google may vary from device to device. Let’s learn how to conduct reverse image search on every device one by one, such as on a laptop, smartphone, desktop.
Advanced Google Image Search on a Computer
- Open Chrome browser on your desktop.
- In the URL box type: “www.images.Google.com” and hit enter.
- Now a big Google image search appears on your PC.
- You can either paste the link of an image or upload.
- Now click on search button to proceed.
Now you’ll be able to see a list of websites in which someone is already using the image. This method is the best way to know if an image already used by someone or not.
Reverse Image Search via Smartphone
On smartphones, advanced Image Google Search will have limited features. You will have only the URL option to search for an image. If you want to upload the image to search its owner, then you should follow the below guide.
On iOS Devices
While using the iOS device, you will be probably using Safari browser to search reverse image. On Safari browser open the same link that we mentioned above. Now scroll down to the bottom and tap on ‘Request Desktop Site.’ Now you will see a camera icon button to upload the image. There you can upload your picture to search for it to know whether it used already on the web or not.
On Chrome Browsers
Open the image.Google.com to open the reverse image search. Then click on the three dots located at the top-right corner on your chrome browser. Select the ‘Desktop Site’ option. Now the site will open with full features, and you’ll be able to upload an image to search for its owners.
Google reverse image search is one of the primary tools for bloggers or content marketers. This option helped me to follow all terms and conditions of Google, which is very helpful for ranking higher on Google search engine.
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