What are the best reverse image search engines?

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    Bruce Bowman
    Written on September 13, 2017
    "Opera isn't bad, not bad at all. Though I personally have a limited experience with it. That being said none of my experiences were sour, so I'd say give it a go."
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      Johnny Santiago
      Written on October 16, 2017
      "Berify's image matching algorithm searches over 800 million images along with image data from all of the major image search engines. Unlike Google and other search engines, users can save and schedule their searches. We also provide the results from all the search engines into one easy to read format. It is indeed the best image search out there."
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      Joe Coleman
      Written on September 27, 2017
      "I tried this Chrome extension for a few days, but I ultimately uninstalled it. Why? Because I tried all its various search-engine options and Google consistently did the best job of finding my image -- and Google reverse search is already built into Chrome. So there's no need for this extension."
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      Joshua Boyd
      Written on January 15, 2017
      "It doesn't really approach the problem well and doesn't add any benefits from using something like google. You can reverse image search with google chrome, which is what your market should be geared towards because lots of people use google chrome. It doesn't really give any 'benefits' as to why it should be used over something like google's reverse image search. There needs to be more screenshots that explain or show what this product does."
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      Sanvi Powar
      Written on September 26, 2017
      "This is a great solution for finding posts on Reddit. Before, I would always have several Reddit tabs open to follow threads, because it can be hard to find something again as the threads can move quickly. Great extension."
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      Kyle Lane
      Written on April 22, 2017
      "Do you love reverse image searching as much as I do? Do you know how tough it can be to find a way to do that when you're on the go and not at your desktop or laptop? Well Image Raider is the answer to all of these questions! They give you the ability to reverse image search, and they're results are just super inclusive and awesome! Try them! You'll totally love it as much as I do for reverse image search engine capabilities."
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      Gary Wells
      Written on January 23, 2017
      "As an artist I am always looking for ways to keep track of how my work is shared and how it is credited, but I am also looking for various ideas on new concepts and design ideas. Often times I may have a specific image that I like some parts of, but I don't like other parts and it is hard to find the exact image that I am looking for. With Google Images I can do a reverse image search and find the original origin on the image itself and also suggested images that are similar to it. I can put my own work into the image search and make sure that it is being credited properly and I can make sure that my work is being used by others in a way that I would approve of. I can also make sure that concepts that are drawn from me are truly drawn by the person who submitted them for me to color and not taken from someone else."
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      Samuel Schultz
      Written on April 2, 2017
      "This is a fantastic image search engine! I utilize a lot of public domain artwork in my publishing efforts and TinEye is great for quick research links. Also useful for finding sites with related artwork and images."

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    Summary

    Best reverse image search engines
    Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
    1 Berify Websites 205 Free
    2 RevEye Software 116 Free
    3 Reverse Image Search Software 78 Free
    4 Karma Decay for Reddit Software 67 Free
    5 Image Raider Websites 42 Free
    6 Google Images Websites 27 Free
    7 TinEye Websites 10 Free
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