TinEye Fans

Nothing gets the day started in the right tone than a fan email. This landed in my inbox this morning and made the ride to the office that much more exciting – well you know Queen street is a bit sleepy in the morning!

The reason I wanted
to use TinEye was that I that some images I wanted the use in my (PowerPoint)
presentation. However, I no longer knew the source of those images. Using
TinEye, I could successfully locate the source of both of my images.
 
I was positively
surprised that your engine could not only find exact matches, but also downscaled
variants, cropped variants and even variants that had extra text superimposed on
the original image. Roel from Topdesk.com

I am here to make your life easier!

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