Launch the Google app on your phone. In the app, right next to the “Search” field, tap the Google Lens option (a camera icon).
On the “Google Lens” screen, at the bottom, tap the media icon.
If you’d like to capture a photo and then perform a reverse search for it, point your phone’s camera to your object.
If Google is accessing your phone’s gallery for the first time, you will see a prompt on your screen. Tap “Give Access” in this prompt to continue.
In your phone’s prompt, tap “Allow.”
You will see all your gallery photos. Here, tap the photo for which you’d like to perform a reverse image search.
When your photo opens in a full-screen view, use the handlers around the photo to select the specific area in your photo that you want to find on the internet.
A white section will appear at the bottom of the Google app. Drag this section upwards to reveal it.
And you’ll now see similar photos and more information about your image.
And that’s how you find out the details for an image saved on your Android phone.
To do this, first, open the site where your image is located.
Tap and hold the image, then from the menu that opens, select “Search with Google Lens.”
A Google Lens screen will appear displaying more information about your image.
To perform a reverse search for an image on a website in the Firefox mobile app, first, open the site where the image is available.
Tap and hold on image, and from the menu that opens, select “Share Image.”
From the “Share” menu, choose “Search Image” (the Google icon).
You’ll reach a Google Lens page that displays more information about your selected image.
That’s all there is to performing a reverse image search on Android phones. We hope it helps you out.
You can perform a reverse image search on a desktop computer, too.