How to Reverse Google Search an Image on iPhone or iPad


Hey everyone. I’m Max Dalton, and in this video I’m going
to show you how to do a reverse image search so you can Google an image on your iPhone
or iPad. A reverse image search is where you want to
find more images that are similar to an image you find on the Internet. A good example of when you would want to do
this is if you find an image you like, but that image is to small and you’d like to find
a larger image; you would use a reverse image search to do that. And while Google makes performing a reverse
image search to find alternate versions of an image easy in the desktop and mobile version
of its Google Chrome web browser, the ability to perform a reverse image search is not available
to Apple iPhone or iPad users performing Google searches through Safari. iPhone and iPad users who want to perform
a reverse image search must download and use the Google Chrome app. Now, let’s walk through how to use the Google
Chrome app on iPhone or iPad to perform a reverse image search to find alternate versions
of images. Step 1. Install the Google Chrome app from the App
Store if its not installed on your device already. The Google Chrome app is published by Google,
Inc. Step 2. Launch the Google Chrome app. The Google home screen will appear. Alternately, if a blank, black home screen
loads, tap the “+” sign in the upper left corner of the screen to open a new window
featuring the Google home screen. Step 3. Navigate to the image you want to perform
a reverse image search for. For example, I found a website that has an
older version of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles logo and I’d like to see what other
versions of this logo are floating out on the Internet. Step 4. Hold your finger against the image you want
to perform a reverse image search for until a menu flys up from the bottom of the screen,
and then tap “Search Google for This Image” in the menu. A new Google search window is displayed, showing
you sites that contain an image similar to the image you’re searching for, and also giving
you the option to view a grid of similar images. Congratulations! You now know how to perform a reverse image
search to Google an image on iPhone or iPad. Thanks for watching. Leave your thoughts and questions in the comments
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