TinEye searches for images equal

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Today we speak of TinEye, a site of my recent discovery. Probably some of you already know, to me it was useful to check if my images were used by others.

TinEye deals with index images how does a whole web crawlers and associates the images of control points unique. Once the user decides to try his image (or another image) tramite TinEye will only be shown identical pictures, also of different sizes. The operation is simple: charging an image, or insert a URL and returns as results TinEye sites where the image is published. Quick and easy.

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