Do A Reverse Image Search From An Android Phone

 To find pictures related to a particular topic, just type the word and click on the pictures option. It is easy to find pictures related to a specific topic. We can not say the same reverse though. While it is also easy to do a reverse image search on your desktop, it is not that easy to do such a search on your Android device. Here's how to do a reverse image search on your Android phone.

Reverse search for any image on any Android device

To be able to do a reverse image search on your Android device, you need to install an app called Image Search . You need to make some adjustments to the app's settings, such as turning off the "Open settings before uploading" option.

Disable image search app setting

Disabling this option saves you an extra step when doing a reverse image search. Depending on the app you are using, you can either tap the Share menu and then the Image Search option or download the image to your device's gallery, and from there you can tap the sharing menu and select Search for image app.

When you tap the app icon, tap the "Start uploading" option so Google can start collecting the information you need. It does not do that automatically. You will suddenly come to Google's search results page where you can see all kinds of information in your image.

Reverse image search app

For example, you will be able to see which other sites the image has appeared on, and if you want a better resolution, you can select the "More sizes" option. If the image you have does not completely convince you, you can also use this method to find similar images.

Reverse image search directly in the browser

Your Android device is probably so full of apps that the last thing you need is to install another app. In that case, you can try Search for image site where you just go to the site and upload the image from the device's gallery.

You get exactly the same information as if you were using the app mentioned earlier, but without having to install another one. You can also find the same image with a better resolution and find out where else the same image is published.

Reverse Image Website

Press the "Upload image" button and select your image. If it was uploaded correctly, the site should say so, as shown in the image above.

View matching inverted images

You're not done yet. Press the button that shows "SHOW MATCHING IMAGES" and the page will take you to Google Image Search results. If you want to upload a new image before pressing the "View Results" button, there are two options at the bottom under "SHOW MATCHING IMAGES": "Delete uploaded image" and "Upload a new image." Both buttons do what they say.

There is another website called TinEye that allows you to perform reverse image search with fewer clicks. Just visit the website and either press the Upload button or paste the URL of the image. Once you have uploaded the image, it will automatically perform a reverse image search and show you the results. Personally, I think TinEye is easier to use.

Tineye reverse image search

Reverse image search with Google Chrome

You can also use the Google Chrome browser on your Android smartphone to perform a reverse image search. All you need is the Google Chrome browser installed on your Android device.

Google Chrome reverse image search

Touch and hold the desired image for reverse image search. A new menu will appear showing you more options. Select "Search with Google Lens" from the list of options. You will be presented with more results of the image via the Google Lens app.


Sometimes the image itself is not enough information and you have to dig a little deeper. Thanks to Google's reverse image search, you can finally get the information you need from any image you find online. If you are an iOS user, you can learn how to do a reverse image search on iPhone.

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