While preparing presentations or writing reports, you look for images that will fit your project. This means using Google Image search and going through many results till you find an image you like. But if you are looking for any image of an object, then going through this process seems redundant. If you do not have any strict image requirements, you will find the site JpgTo to be very helpful.
JpgTo is a free to use web service that provides you with an image of any object. There are not any details available on the site as to how these images are selected and where they are selected from; but one thing is for sure: it works.
All you have to do is type the name of an object followed by “.Jpg.To” and paste the result in your browser’s address bar. The site will fetch an image of that object and display it to you. For example if you typed “Macbook.Jpg.To” in your browser’s address bar you will be shown the image of a Macbook laptop. This simple procedure allows for anybody to easily obtain images.
- A user-friendly web service.
- Helps you get images of anything.
- Follows a URL pattern.
- Works with any browser.
Check out JpgTo @ http://jpg.to