Se valoró con 4,2 de 5
4,2 estrellas de 5
- por Smartik1, el hace 4 añosSe valoró con 4 de 5Really useful, however I am also having issues with it in the latest versions of Firefox. The context menu is there, but it doesn't search anything when clicked (no new tab with search results opens). The only way to "fix" it is to reinstall the addon, however it breaks again shortly after.
Edit: Also just noticed an incompatibility with X-notifier that checks emails. When this addon is enabled, the X-notifier does nothing when clicked. It starts working every time this addon is disabled.
- por Noitidart, el hace 4 añosSe valoró con 5 de 5Excellent, would you be willing to allow an open source collaborator to help you make this restartless, and add support for file:// URI images? I can help you out.
- por Usuario de Firefox 10964942, el hace 5 añosSe valoró con 2 de 5While I kinda like the TinEye clean website, Addon and the geeky symbol, there is a major flaw that the search results are mostly poor and don't yield any or too few results compared to the big competitor. (google)
Had to uninstall, but still have sympathy for TinEye.
- por Malebolgia Hellbourne, el hace 5 añosSe valoró con 1 de 5I have used tineye in the past, and enjoyed it, but recently I am having issues getting any reverse image to work besides the hated google, which is suspicious. So I went to the tineye web site, found the contact tab and the number to call. With a +1 and a regular area code I called them. Then I get a message on my phone I am being charged. I call my carrier to ask why, I havn't done anything. They told me the number, from tineye didn't accept cellular usage and sent the charge back to your phone. There were no warnings or discription of it being redirected to a foriegn number, or that a charge would occur. My carrier was very professional, and after I told them what had happened they refunded my money. Tineye isn't working anyway, not only a pain but now was being charged trying to recieve customer support.. draw your own conclusions.
- por Deadtroopers, el hace 5 añosSe valoró con 1 de 5Something is borked. Returning only one result - the page and image I am searching from. OS is Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit Service Pack I, fully patched.
- por LonMcGregor, el hace 5 añosSe valoró con 5 de 5Tineye doesn't always find the picture you want but most of the time it works great. All this addon does is add a quick shortcut, but it does that great. No issues here.
- por Wireball, el hace 6 añosSe valoró con 2 de 5Nice, simple add-on, but the back-end index that TinEye checks against is far too small. It doesn't even find the majority of images listed on deviantart.
- por Matthijs, el hace 6 añosSe valoró con 4 de 5Technically, works like a charm. Functionally seems like it hasn't crawled the biggest portion of pic on the net.
Respuesta del desarrolladorpublicado el hace 6 añosTinEye indexes images on the web and if it has not found some images that's because we haven't indexed them yet. Facebook and most other social networking sites don't allow indexing of their images, so we can't find images on a social networking site.
We are constantly crawling the web and expanding TinEye's index. You can see updates on our index size at http://tineye.com/updates
- por trencapins, el hace 7 añosSe valoró con 1 de 5Not good at all compared to google image reverse search. Tried on a couple of images which are uploaded to flickr, deviantart, and wikipedia and none was found...
- por Alex, el hace 8 añosSe valoró con 2 de 5I started using the TinEye reverse search a long time ago. At the time, they offered a unique and useful service. The add-on was well done, the DB was growing and there was no competition.
Then, Google introduced their own reverse image search. For a while I was running add-ons for both services and checking images on both, but it became evident that TinEye cannot compete with Google's offering. About a month ago I uninstalled the TinEye add-on.
TL;DR version: Use one of the Google reverse search add-ons instead.