- Safari extension is here!
The TinEye extension is now available for Safari, allowing you to conveniently search for any web image straight from your browser.
Once installed, simply right-click on any web image and select either “Search Image on TinEye” or “Search Page on TinEye”. Results are displayed for you at tineye.com
We are also introducing preferences to our family of extensions, starting with Safari. Preferences allow you to:
- Set the default sort order for your search results
- Open searches in background, foreground or current tab
Firefox, Chrome and IE users: Don’t worry! Preferences are coming for you soon (keep an eye on our updates page).
Safari users: Get the new TinEye extension while it’s hot!
- Remember sorting preferences
Whether you’re logged in our out, and even if you’ve totally shut down your browser, TinEye will remember your last sorting preference. For example, if you searched for the biggest version of an image the last time you used TinEye, you will get the biggest results first the next time you use TinEye.
Enjoy, and happy searching!
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- TinEye is back online
Thank you for your patience TinEye fans. TinEye is back online. So happy searching.
- TinEye down for maintenance
TinEye will be taken offline for a few days for some server maintenance and a little catnap (he gets cranky without his yearly nap)!
We plan to have everything up and running again by Tuesday June 22nd or earlier if possible.
Thanks for your patience, folks!
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- 41 million new images added to TinEye!
We’re really excited about this latest batch of images, because it officially puts us past the 1.5 billion image mark. w00t!
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- TinEye language translation
We are happy to announce that the TinEye translation project is now officially underway!
We are asking our multilingual TinEye fans to help us translate TinEye into various languages, section by section.
What does this mean and how will it work? Good questions.
Our first goal is to translate our FAQ page into several different languages. If you are fluent in another language and would like to volunteer with this translation, here is what you can do:
- Click any of the links below to open one of our translation forms. Each form contains questions from a particular section of our FAQ page.
- Translate as much or as little as you wish on each form!
- If you would like your translation credited to you, please don’t forget to provide a name and link where indicated.
As we receive submissions, we will select the most appropriate translations and use them to update TinEye.
We are accepting translations into all languages, but we will be translating the TinEye FAQ page into French to begin with.
…Oh and this is probably obvious, but please don’t provide any Google translations. We can do that ourselves, and it wouldn’t be pretty ;)
FAQ Translation Forms:
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