When we start working on school projects and assignments, Google Images have always been the go-to place. For some corporates, they sign up with online photo repository services that allow using images that others have been made available for usage. We finally also have the last method of directly typing the image we want, the words, the subject matter of the image.
But typing all that string of words can be so repetitive, or going through Google to search for just a couple of images can be so time-consuming. So we list out the best browser image search tools for your quick searches as well as online portals to source the best images.
This add-on for Firefox browsers will help you directly search for images in just a few seconds. All you need to do is highlight the string of keywords, right-click and then search through the add-on. The page then directs you to Google search results in an instant from the matching keyword strings.
Quick Image Search
Quick Image Search for Chrome browser works similar to the previous add-on. You can quickly select the word, and search directly from the web page and head on to Google for the results.
Opera's Search Image
This add-on too is designed to work with Google's Images. Your keywords can instantly get you the right images that you need. These add-ons help to identify you images with specific keywords. If you're searching for 'cakes' or any other specific image description, these add-ons work best.
This is one cool add-on you will enjoy to have on your browser. With Omni Image Search, all you need to do is type in the keywords into the dedicated Omni Image Search bar. Your results turn up quick with a lot of great options.
Bigstock photo search
If you have the habits of using tons of images on a daily basis, signing up for an online image sharing service could be your best options for getting access to millions of high definition photos on a yearly subscription basis.
So you found an image on a web page that interested you a lot. But you want to know if there are any similar images that can be found or used. The similar searches extensions for Firefox, Chrome and Opera work perfectly to bring you quick results for all your imaging purposes.
Welcome TinEye into your browser, and you can see the difference in your image search performances. Rather than depending on Google for the search results, TinEye has its own collection of photos to look through. And you can customize the results further according to your requirements.
Capture and Reverse
Another add-on that works just like TinEye is on our list for its simple functionality on the Chrome browser. Capture, Google Reverse Search can trace back similar images to its own search results within a matter of minutes.