Google recently introduced the reverse image search feature which allows users to use image as the search keyword instead of text. This means you can directly search the image to know details about the place or product from it.
The feature comes in handy when you want to know the landmark the photo was taken or which product is there in the image. Wondering how to use this feature, follow our step-by-step guide:
- Latest version of Google app or Google Chrome app
- Working internet connectivity
Steps to do a reverse Image search on Android on web
Open Google app or Google Chrome
Now, long-press on the image and choose the option Search with Google Lens.
This will automatically bring up Google Lens and search the image. You can scroll through the search results and look for the details you want.
Steps to reverse Image Search from Gallery on Android
Open Google app and tap on Discovery section
Now, tap on Google Lens icon from the search bar
Here, tap on Gallery option at the left side of the shutter button
Now, choose an image from the Gallery or click a new picture
Steps to do a reverse Image Search on iPhone
For web images, open Google Chrome or Google app or Safari and head to images.google.com. Search the image and tap on it. Now, choose Virtually Search This Image optio at the top right corner
For gallery images, open Google app and tap on Google Lens icon from the search bar. Tap on the image picker and find the photo. Crop the image if you want to for a more thorough search.