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4,2 étoiles sur 5
- par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 2308398 de Firefox, il y a 9 ansNoté 5 sur 5Very useful ! I use it every day to find things ! Like larger or better version of an image seen on the internets.
Simple, useful, and do just what is it for :)
- par KT, il y a 10 ansNoté 5 sur 5I do like it and find it very important in knowing if an image is real or just faked like in those fake news sites advertising fake jobs. If the same picture of a work at home mom is used under many different names then I know not to trust it! TinEye helps me with this! Thanks TinEye!
- par Reem Bar, il y a 10 ansNoté 4 sur 5I love this service and the plugin.
It would be nice if the plugin could also automatically recognize and submit local files when viewed in the browser (e.g. file:///E:/pictures/Park.jpg).
Notice those similar plugins for other sites:
GazoPa Similar Image Search
Cydral Image Search Engine
Who stole my pictures?
(for the Russian Yandex. It also adds TinEye search but without the advance options, so you better hide this using Menu Editor - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/710/)?
Japanese one without name:
Image Search Options
(adds search in several useless Manga databases, but it also includes TinEye and GazoPa and option to put all in a submenu, so it might be all-in-one plugin when further developed):
- par Zargon10, il y a 10 ansNoté 5 sur 5This is a great add-on. I use TinEye when I see a profile photo or photo in someones album, or one posted on on their page........that looks too good to be true. And they lead viewers to believe its theirs. And they are getting positive feedback because viewers assume the poster is the artist, or it's a photo of themselves. And the poster lets it go on. I politely ask them who took the photo or who is in the photo. They usually come clean. On occasion, since I know who the artist is (because of TinEye), the artist has gotten involved and put an end to it.
This will become a tremendous checks and balances as their library grows. It will funnel people to be honest on the internet.
I TinEye photos and Google words.
- par Utilisateur ou utilisatrice 5529496 de Firefox, il y a 10 ansNoté 5 sur 5I remember first reading about TinEye on TechCrunch before it was ever released. When the website was released I started to frequently use it, and I'm just glad to see that they now also have an addon for it.
- par akicita, il y a 10 ansNoté 1 sur 5Didn't work. I even tested it with two tabs open simultaneously with identical images form different websites, and even THEN TinEye couldn't locate any matches. I even tried it on common, not obscure, images...Nope, 0 Results.