Reversed Google Image Search is a useful tool for finding the original source of an image or similar images related to that image. It allows you to quickly find information related to the image being searched.
Recently, Google has released a new version of its search engine Google Search. Although the new version has many features and improvements, it also has some downgrades – one of which is the Reverse Image Search feature.
The feature itself is still available, but it's now buried deeper in the interface. When you search for images in the new version, you won’t find the option to search by image or upload an image. Instead, an image search won’t show up until you click on the “Tools” option located at the top of the page.
Google has also removed the ability to make reverse image search from the mobile version of Google Search. With the mobile version, you can’t get the feature at all.
If you don’t want to go through the hassle of using the tools option, there are other ways you can reverse search images. One is to use a dedicated reverse image search engine, like “TinEye.” TinEye is a powerful image search engine that allows you to upload an image and find sites that have used that image, as well as similar images or other versions of the image.
You can also use a service like Image Raider, which lets you search by image url instead of having to upload the image. Image Raider also offers an algorithm to find similar images.
Finally, you can use Google’s Reverse Image Search feature by going directly to images.google.com, or with Google Chrome’s browser extension.
In conclusion, while Google’s new search engine has somewhat hindered the reverse image search feature, there are still many other ways to use the feature.. Thanks to services like TinEye, Image Raider, and Google’s browser extension, you can still search by image or upload an image to find more information and similar images.