Prioritizing user security, the software does not store or record the photos you use for your search and thus protects your anonymity as you browse online for a trustworthy date.
A single search yields the photo’s entire history on the web.
You’ll see where it was posted, and you can follow the provided links to learn more.
Tin Eye Alerts will tell you if and when your photo has been added to the database from another site — so you can keep tabs on where your own photos exist on the web.
As you swipe through photos on Tinder, sometimes it’s hard to know who’s for real and who’s not.
Lastly, the Multicolor Engine is a color search engine analyzing the color palettes of images and using colors as the search parameter.
This tool can extract a color palette from individual images (or a set of images) and then find matching colors.
You see someone who looks attractive, but you don’t know anything about them, really, besides what they tell you.
This can lead to a nasty surprise when you meet in person and find out the picture you saw was just a mirage in the online dating desert.
Less applicable for daters, but still really cool, Mobile Engine can identify virtually any two-dimensional object.
Whether it’s a book, wine bottle, or artwork, the software searches for a reference to it through its image collection.
If you have hundreds, thousands, or millions of photos to search for, their premium products offer streamlined service to meet massive demand.