The Visual Look Up feature on your iPhone or iPad can identify plants, dogs, pets, birds, art, popular landmarks, statues, and other objects in your photos and give you more information about them.
This tutorial shows you how to use this handy built-in tool inside various iOS apps and what to do if it doesn't work.
If you need an image for a school essay, article, or research paper - or just for your personal use - you have a few options to save it from Safari if you find one online.
Before we show you these options, it’s important to note limitations when downloading images from the web. Just because you find a picture, doesn’t mean you are allowed to use it for the purpose you intend. For more on this topic, Search Engine Journal has a handy guide to using online images legally that you can review.
Now, it’s time to get to work. You can download an image to a folder, the Photos app on Mac, your desktop, or as your desktop background. You can also simply copy and image and paste it where you need it. Here’s how to save an image from a webpage in Safari using all of these options.
One of those iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 enhancements you might not notice at first, but is definitely an improvement, is the image picker. With this handy tool, you can browse and select images from your Photos library in apps like Mail, Messages, and Notes.
While there was nothing particularly wrong with the tool before, you will notice bigger screen, handy search field, and more effective design. All of this makes it simpler to find the photos you need. Here, we’ll show you how to use this improved image picker on iPhone and iPad.
Learn how to search for images and scans in the Notes app on iPhone and iPad to quickly find a photo or a document you’ve attached to a note.
As promised, Google's machine learning and artificial intelligence-powered visual search feature, called Lens, is now rolling out on iOS via the search giant's free Google Photos app.
Apple officially announced today that it's replacing Microsoft's Bing with the Google search engine for Siri web searches and within Spotlight for iOS (now called Search) and Spotlight on Mac. Safari on iPhone, iPad and Mac already uses Google search as the default provider.
eBay on Wednesday announced that its mainland mobile app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch will be gaining advanced image-based search and discovery features via an update this fall.