Searching for the right image can be tough. After sorting through hundreds of images, you finally find a picture you like but unfortunately it’s low resolution or an odd dimension leaving you to go back to scrolling through the results pages. To take the hassle out of this process we’re introducing a new feature that allows you to match an image in a few simple clicks.
How does it work?
Now when you’re browsing images you will see a button at the bottom of the page that reads “Image Match.”
When you click on the button, Bing will show you a list of different size images that you can then narrow down by size.
If you want to see all images, click on view all sizes.
If you come across an image online and want to find more examples, hit ‘image match’ near the search box on Bing.com/imagesand paste the specific image URL. Alternatively, if you have a popular or well-known picture on your computer that you want to match, you can also upload directly to Bing.com/Images and we’ll match the results.
The experience will be rolling out to users over the course of the coming days. Try it out and let us know what you think.
– The Bing Image Team