Reverse image search is all about finding information present in cyberspace. Everyone from somewhere somehow is connected to the internet, either they use a social or a business network over the internet, or they are tagged in group photos. Almost no one is invisible to the internet except for the people who are still unknown to this world, and these people won’t reach us over this worldwide network unless they have the knowledge and a connection. People who use the internet use various applications that are connected to search engines.
These search engines index all the images, profiles and any related information on its servers.
There is an uncomplicated course of action that you need to follow if you are using a computer or an Android smartphone.
These steps can be followed if you wish to upload using the Chrome browser
When the picture uploads all you have to do is click on the “Search” button. It is not essential to just drag and drop in Firefox you can even provide the link of the picture or can upload the same way we did while using chrome. This method is only for your convenience because if you want to provide a URL, it takes some time.
1- Right-click on the image you want to search for
2- Go to properties, copy the URL by highlighting using the shortcut keys or select the copy option from your right-click menu.
3- Paste it in the Google image search bar to complete the task, which is why drag and drop or uploading files is much more comfortable.
If you are using this browser and you saw an image on a website or a social network, then all you have to do is the following :
1- Right-click on the image and look for where it says Search Google for the picture.
2- After the click, it will open another tab where it will take you to the Google images page. This is where all the results will be displayed.
Remember, these results are only from the servers of Google, for other search engines you might need to follow different steps or you can use DupliChecker’s reverse image search tool which will look into all the search engines’ databases to provide the best results.