Image Search: Reverse Search

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About this app

Image Search is a free reverse image search app for Android that allows you to discover relevant information about the image you search. By using this app, you can locate the origin of an image or its other appearances on the web. The pictures you search can be from your phone’s gallery or a website URL. It utilizes the most popular and relevant image search engines. Once you reach the result page, you can easily switch between search engines to access and compare their results.

You can use reverse image search to:
🐠 filter out catfishes;
❤️ expose dating scammers;
🪴 identify plants, arts, and people;
🖼 find similar products; and
➕ perform any other image search.

Some features:
📷 Snap picture from camera to search
🖼 Search from gallery or URL
🌐 Look in Google, Bing, and Yandex
💾 Save pictures from webpages

In Image Search, to search a pre‑existing image, you can either select it from your phone’s camera roll (gallery) or enter a URL to that picture. If you wish to search an object that is in front of you, you can also take a picture from within the app and use that picture to search by image. This feature is especially useful when you are traveling and want to find out what stands right in front of you. You can also take a picture of any product or item that you see to search similar objects from around the web. Many users also reverse image search artworks to identify the original artist of an art‑piece, so they can accurately and appropriately credit the artist when posting their work online.

For any image you select, the app constructs a secure channel to execute a search. The selected image, through the channel built by the app, is passed onto the search engines. When a search engine receives the picture, it will display detailed results pertaining to that picture. This app is NOT affiliated to any of the search engines featured in it.

The search result usually contains other partially or fully matched pictures. The search engines also report any similar images from other sources. If the picture contains an identifiable individual or landmark, the search engine will display additional informative details on that individual or landmark. To do an in‑depth research, you can visit the website that the search engines find.

Get Image Search to initiate a free reverse image search. It will help you find more information on that picture you are curious about.
Updated on
Mar 31, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Photos and videos
This app may collect these data types
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

4.06K reviews
Darrell Vermilion
April 1, 2024
Great app, but after a recent update scrolling is broken; attempting to scroll up to down only works for a tiny amount at a time, and sensitivity to swipe left and right is through the roof, so any attempt to scroll up or down results in swiping left/right. Other potential improvements: image search history would be incredible! The back button also removes all the bread crumbs for any paths I've gone down in a particular search and puts me back at the initial search screen, which really sucks.
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April 1, 2024
Hi Darrel, thanks for your review. We have fixed the swiping-related issue in the latest version of the app. Could you please try it out and let us know if it works well for you now? Thanks!
Edward Suggs
May 5, 2024
Some confusion in some of the operation for me but this is only the second time I've used it. Seems to be spot on with the stuff I've used it for looking up, the two things were pretty darn obscure and it gave me plenty of hits that were all good. The operational issue could have been me completely, I'll have to give it a few more whirls and see and come back and edit possibly give the last star
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Ruby Rose
June 2, 2024
It works good enough for me. Pros: Google works the best for me. Only Bing does work out of the 3. But it finds multiple sites spot on. Cons: Its slow if downloading photos but not extremly slow. When swapping back to the app from another I have to reopen it. Thats all ive noticed so far.
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What's new

Improved user‑interface and performance.