Google allows you to compare any photo with others available on the internet, resulting in a kind of reserve search. The feature, which allows the user to find out if someone is using their image improperly, however, is not natively on the iPhone (iOS) and Android, but there are alternative ways to do this research.
Learn, below, a simple trick that lets you find out on your smartphone if someone else is using your photos on the web. Check out the walkthrough below.
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Step 1. Access the website https://reverse.photos through your mobile browser and click on "Upload Picture".
Click Upload Picture to search the image on Google Foto: Reproduo / Taysa Coelho
Step 2. The images saved in the gallery of your smartphone will be displayed. Select the one you want to search for, then tap Done. Wait a few seconds for the photo to load. Then, press the Show matches button.
Click on "Show Matches" to see the image search result on Google Photo: Reproduo / Taysa Coelho
Step 3. Next, you will be redirected to the Google results page, which will show if the photo is available on any website. It will also display image results similar to the original photo.
Google reveals if the photo was used on any website Photo: Reproduo / Taysa Coelho
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