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Who Stole My Pictures: Find Duplicate Pictures Online [Firefox]

MOin 20-01-2011

Finding duplicate pictures can be beneficial in a number of situations. For instance, finding duplicate pictures can be greatly helpful if you are trying to get the same picture in a different resolution or if you want to see if somebody is reusing your picture. To find duplicate pictures you can use a nifty tool called “Who Stole My Pictures”.

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find duplicate pictures online

Who Stole My Pictures is a browser add-on for Mozilla Firefox. The add-on helps you easily search for duplicate pictures using three websites dedicated to this purpose: Yandex, Tineye, and GazoPa. With the image open in your Firefox tab, simply right-click on the image and choose one of the abovementioned websites. A new tab will open up with that site’s results for duplicate images displayed.

find duplicate photos online

Features:

    • Lets you search and find duplicate photos online.
    • Lets you use 3 different websites (Yandex, Tineye or Gazopa).
    • Similar sites: MacroGlossa, Similar-Images, Pixolu and GazoPa.
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  1. MrSelf
    March 12, 2011 at 6:49 pm

    I would also like to know how this compares to TinEye

  2. A2012703
    March 12, 2011 at 5:56 pm

    Sorry, but I'm not downloading anything that came from a Russian programmer...

  3. Richard Gailey
    March 12, 2011 at 3:19 pm

    Does Who Stole My Pictures use the same engine as TinEye?