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How to do a reverse image search on an iPhone using Safari and Chrome

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Performing a reverse image search on an iPhone using Safari and Chrome has been made easier with the help of this article. The internet is flooded with various news contents and images. This proliferation makes it scary and tricky, as it can easily make one fall prey to copyright violations and intellectual property lawsuits. 

However, there are secured ways to protect yourself, website, business, PC, smartphone or brand from these violations, and save money as well.

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In this article, we are going to learn the two main ways of reversing image search on iPhones, coupled with how to perform Google Images Advanced Search (using Safari and Google Chrome).

How to reverse image search on iPhone using Google Chrome

Although the iPhone has an irresistible preference for Safari as its default browser, many users look beyond that and opt for Google Chrome. In case you have a strong preference for the Google Chrome browser, follow these steps to reverse your image search with it:

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– Tap and select the image or the URL (Uniform Resource Locator) of the image you are searching and copy it.

– Open the Google Chrome app.

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– Tap images in the top centre of your screen

– In the lower right corner, tap on the ellipses to reach the ‘More Menu’

– Scroll and tap Request Desktop Site

– On the screen, tap the camera icon in the search bar

– Tap the ellipses request desktop site

Here, you have a choice to either paste the image URL or upload an image

– Paste the URL and tap Search by image

You will see a page that displays your image and similar images on the web

Next to your photo at the top, you will see links to other sizes of the image in question

– Tap All sizes to see every website that uses that image.

how to do a reverse image search on iphone using Safari

– Either copy the image or the URL of the image you are searching 

– From your home screen, tap on the Safari app.

– Go to https://www.google.com

– Tap on the word ‘Images’ at the top of the page

– At the top left, next to the URL, tap the Aa

– Tap Request Desktop Website

– Tap the Aa request desktop website

– On the next screen, tap the camera icon in the search bar. Here, you have a choice to either paste the image URL or upload an image.

– Paste the URL and tap Search by image

You will see a page that shows your image and similar images on the web

– Next to your image at the top, you will see links to other sizes of the image in question

– Tap All size to see every website that uses that image.

 How to perform Google Images Advanced Search using Safari (same process for Google Chrome)

– Open the Safari app

– Go to https://www.google.com

– Tap on the word ‘Images’ at the top of the page

– At the bottom of your screen, you will see the word ‘Settings’. Tap that

– Select Advanced Search

– Tap images 

– Tap images, tap advanced search

– On the next screen, you will see nearly every option you can think of; and if you scroll down, you will see a menu for usage rights

– Tap on that, and you can opt for whichever option you like.

For more tutorials on iPhone, check out our article here on How to Measure Your Height with iPhone 12 Pro. This article and video show you how.

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