Apple and Google feature TinEye extensions

Yay, more Chrome love! Today the Google Chrome extension gallery featured our TinEye extension as a front-page “Top Pick”:

And Apple’s new Safari Extension Gallery has featured the TinEye extension in the “Photo” category:

We are happy to be featured with the best and brightest. Don’t forget that our extensions are also available for Firefox and IE, as well as a hack for Opera.

Happy searching, everyone!

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Hey neither the site or the plugin works with domains that contain especial characters for other idioms than english.

Tinypiccccc Aug 12 10 at 11:24 pm

Don’t call it a hack for Opera, call it a customization! :)

Rafael Aug 22 10 at 2:24 pm

I don’t like that you call them plugins. They’re not, you’re confusing a lot of people.

I’m assuming that because of MSIE, you can’t call them “Extensions”. How about listing them as “Add-ons”, then ?

Dante Dec 04 10 at 6:02 am

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