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Practical Tips For Image Search By Url

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Last updated on August 28th, 2022 at 05:31 pm

Google Image Search (image search by URL) is a great place to find images and photos by typing in keywords. When searching for images online, use Google Images. You can also search for images using a reverse image search.

A reverse image search lets you see what something looks like when it is turned upside down. You can even search for similar images of that thing. For instance, if you took a photo of a flower, you can search for similar flowers.

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Search for an image from a website

  • Open the Chrome browser on your computer.
  • Click on the image you want to use.
  • Right-click the picture
  • Google Image Search allows you to search for images using keywords. You can also add filters like “only show me images with cats” or blueberries.

Search with a URL (image search by URL)

  • Open a web browser, like Google Chrome or Safari.
  • Click on the image you want to use.
  • To copy the URL for the image, right-click on it.
  • Click Copy image address.
  • Go to Google Images.
  • Click Search by image.
  • Now, Click Paste the image URL.
  • Paste the URL into the text box.
  • Click Search by image

Google doesn’t save any information about what websites you visit. We don’t even keep track of the pages you visit. If we did, we wouldn’t be able to provide you with the best experience possible.

A reverse image search is when you upload an image to Google and it returns

Google Image Search allows users to search for images using keywords or phrases. When you do a reverse image lookup on Google, you place an image in the search bar instead of a text query. Google will then find websites featuring your image as well as related images.

What else, Google Image Search also detects the subject of the photo and brings up other sites related to your image topic, too.


Google reverse image search on Android mobile phone

Google Lens allows you to search images on the web as well on your Android phone. You can also use it to translate text, identify landmarks, and even play games.

  • Open Google Chrome on your Android phone.
  • Open the Chrome app
  • Search for images based on keywords, like “blueberries”
  • Click on any image for a larger version
  • Long press on the image till a pop window appears. Tap on the Google Lens icon. If it’s not showing, tap on the image until you see a pop window.
  • Click on Search with Google Lens
  • A related web page appears when you select an image.

    How to use Google Reverse Search on an iPhone

    You can use the Google Image Search Engine to find images on the web. You can use the Google Reverse Image API to get the URL to the original image. Then you can use the Bing Images API to get an image on the web. Finally, if you have access to the Microsoft Web Service, you can use it to get an image.

    • Go to Google Images if you’re using Safari.
    • Click on the three dots at the bottom right corner
    • Click on the Request desktop site or simply type “images” into the Google search bar
    • Go to
    • Find topics related to blueberries by searching for “blueberries
    • Click on the image for additional choices.
    • Click here to view this image
    • You can obtain the source IP address of an image by using the `get_image_source` method.

Free reverse image search for social media


This tool allows you to upload an image or enter the URL of one already stored on your computer. Then, you can search for similar images using a simple search bar. If you’re looking for something specific, you can also type in keywords into the search box to narrow down your results. 

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