A reverse image search is handy to find the origin of a picture on the net. It works just like a regular search, but instead of inputting words, you upload an image into the search engine of your choice, and it will show you which websites have used that image. Of course, it’s possible with multiple apps, so let’s learn more about how to reverse image search on the iPhone.
- How to Reverse Image Search on iPhone or iPad Using Safari
- How to Reverse Image Search with Google App on iPhone and iPad
- How to Use Google Lens as a Reverse Image Search on iPhone or iPad
- Best Reverse Image Search Websites and Apps
How to Do a Reverse Image Search on iPhone or iPad Using Safari
- Open Safari on your iPhone or iPad and go to
- Next, tap on Upload an image → Choose File → Photo Library (or one of the other options)
- Select the picture and tap on Done to upload it and see results for this image.
Note: You may also follow the above steps in Chrome. In step 2, tap on three dots icon from the bottom right and then tap on Request Desktop Site.
How to Do a Reverse Image Search with Google App on iPhone and iPad
- Download the
- Now, you may point the camera at an object and see the results.
- For an existing image, tap on photo icon from top right → Give photo permission → Select the image, and in a few seconds, you will see the results.
Lens offers multiple tools to get the best out of an image. You may tap on the translate icon, text icon, shopping cart icon, and dining icon for more relevant results.
How to Use Google Lens as a Reverse Image Search on iPhone or iPad
You can also use Google Lens from the Google Photos app. For this, open Google Photos → tap on image → tap on the lens icon from the bottom of the screen.
Best Reverse Image Search Websites and Apps
Website for Reverse Image Search
Besides Google, you can use one of the various sites to perform this action. Bing’s reverse image search engine is one of the finest. Definitely try this.
Reverse Image Search Apps for iPhone
When you use a reverse search app, you can access its shortcut quickly from the share sheet when you are in iPhone’s Photos app.
That’s all, folks!
These were the most popular ways to reverse image search on the iPhone and iPad. All the techniques are straightforward, and it is up to you to choose and use the one you prefer.
Please know that the pictures you upload to Google may be stored for seven days. Google may use it to make their products and services better. Similarly, for other services, proceed with caution. Do not upload any personal image or document if you are hesitant.
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Which method are you going to use for reverse image search? Will you use browsers like Safari and Chrome or install an exclusive app? Let us know in the comment section below.