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mihaimcm says

There was a program that you just needed to right clik on an picture that was yours and select the program and in some seconds it finds on the internet other sites where your picture is posted ,dont realy remember if it was a program or a site ,sry. XD So can someone tell me the name of the program/site that I’m talcking about, if you know it ,pls.

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infuse01 says

the google image search can do that as well. Simply drag and drop an image on the search field an it will find the same or similar images. May that helps…

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Mangustas says

From time to time I use this website, it is also available as browser plugin: http://www.tineye.com/ (maybe this is the one you are looking for) :)

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UXbarn says

the google image search can do that as well. Simply drag and drop an image on the search field an it will find the same or similar images. May that helps…

+1 You can simply use Google Images. :)

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TanyDi says

+1 Google images. Just tried Tineye and it gave me 0 results that is not true.

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Art-of-Sound says

You can try this one too: http://www.tineye.com/

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Tamixes says

+1 Google images. Just tried Tineye and it gave me 0 results that is not true.

Tineye only works if the original image has been submitted – anytone who manages a large collection of images needs to submit their collection to Tineye in order to have them indexed.

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urbazon says

Why have I never thought before of using Google Images search for finding out who bought my files? :)

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biyanpasau says
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TanyDi says

Try following add-ons:

Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/image-search-options/kljmejbpilkadikecejccebmccagifhl/reviews

FireFox: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/who-stole-my-pictures/?src=api

Thank you :-) , I added this to my chrome browser and with right click it gives opportunity to choose how to track your image from 4 different sites

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