Bad news for TinEye but good news for photographers: Google is adding reverse image search to their ever-growing list of products, allowing photographers to search using their photos to see the different places they’re being used online. You can search for images by entering a URL, uploading from your computer, dragging and dropping onto the search page, or via Chrome and Firefox extensions. The feature will be rolling out to Google’s users over the next few days — once you see the camera icon in your search bar you’ll know you have it!
Should be interesting. Thanks Cris. :0)
Well, if it can reach all the images it scours, then TinEye won't see it for dust!
Google also announcing 'instant pages'
A new feature to help users get to their desired search results even faster--in some cases even instantly! T
About time! I'm fed up with waiting for a whole second to elapse before I can get on with my browsing...
You say that, but what on earth would you do with all that spare time?!
Probably develop opposable thumbs and file his claws like one of the Cravendale cats...
@3 You are right, Dez. I've tested the Google image search today, and indeed, it finds a lot of uses of the images all over the web.
I'll have to try it. That's a really good thing, Michael.
I beg your pardons?
( good to see the crew at rgb still going strong )
Good to see your tiny little opposable thumb nodules forming.