CategoryTinEye Updates

Introducing profile pages for all TinEye APIs

You asked and we listened! We’re excited to launch our client profile pages and analytics for all our TinEye APIs. You can use the API analytics page to check: your search usage: this is the total number of searches you have completed using the API and your image collection size: which is the total number of images you uploaded via the API. You’ll also find a summary there of your charges and...

Reset your TinEye password!

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TinEye: Better look, faster search + filtering

Hello TinEye fans! If you have dropped by TinEye recently,  you will have noticed our new TinEye design. We’ve been busy, quietly releasing a number of updates both for you and our corporate image recognition clients. Today, we would like to tell you about what we have done to make TinEye more useful to you, our fans.

Did someone say 10 billion? Yes, we did!

TinEye fans, we hope that you wrap up your week with as much excitement as we have here in the TinEye HQ! We’ve reached 10 billion images and are gearing up for the next 10 billion. And thanks for joining us in this awesome adventure.
Happy searching and have an awesome weekend!

Extending our Extensions

We have a few TinEye browser extension updates to tell you about. The extensions let you search for images with just a right click, to make TinEye searches as easy as can be!
The biggest news: we have a new Opera extension that works with the new Opera. Good idea, what? Lots of people were asking for this one, and now it’s here.

TinEye: Introducing sort by date.

Today, we are introducing two new options: “newest” and “oldest”. These sort functions are date specific. The “newest” sort order displays the TinEye image results most recently found by TinEye’s web-crawlers at the top. The “Oldest” does the opposite, showing the earliest crawled images at the top. This is handy of course for anyone who is...

TinEye Multicolor Search on Hacker News

Well, good morning! Always nice to wake up to Hacker News love for our multicolor search! If you haven’t tried our color search, go ahead and try it now. Warning: this is highly addictive! We also release a color extraction tool whereby you can extract all the colors present in an image, give it a whirl in our lab as well. Color search 101 and color extraction 101 cover the basics of the...

MulticolorEngine: a color search API!

It is finally here!
MulticolorEngine, the API powering our color search lab is now released. You have probably already played with our released color search lab and already experienced addictive color searching but if you haven’t, give it a whirl today. In our lab, you can search a 10 million image collection by colors. Not just one color!

The internet map illustrated by traffic and user activity.

Russian data-visualisation designer Ruslan Enikeev has mapped 350,000 websites and 2 million links from 196 countries according to levels of activity and the other sites visited by their users. Each website is represented by a circle. The size of the circle is determined by website traffic. The color of the circle is determined by countries (for example US is blue, Canada is purple). The gaps...