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Reverse Image Search

Okay, so everyone these days know that Google is all the rage if you’re looking for a search engine and then some. Among its strength stand its image search component, but what about those times when you have an image but need to track its source or get the low-down on similar pictures? TinEye is the answer you’re looking for, though it is not the only one as there are a few other competitors out there provided you do a search for it (go figure). For what it’s worth, this reverse image search engine is arguably the most indexed (biggest) in its category, requiring you only to upload a sample picture or provide an online link in order for it to bring up a list of sources and matching images. Bear in mind though that it’s not particularly good at finding Facebook pictures or the like, so its uses are limited to mostly satisfying one’s curiosity regarding unknown images.

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