Bing’s New “Image Match” Button Helps Locate Images Of Varying Resolutions & Sizes

Bing announced today it is launching a new “Image Match” button, a feature that helps users quickly find alternative resolutions and sizes of a desired image.

When viewing an image from the Bing image search page, users should see the “Image Match” button below the photo.

Bing Search Update March 2014

Clicking the new “Image Match” button delivers a list of varying sizes for the selected image, allowing users to narrow their image search by size.

Bing Image search different image sizes

Users can also click the “View all sizes” link to see all image options.

Bing image search all images display

Similar to the Google image search feature released nearly three years ago, Bing users can also find matches of a specific image by copying the image’s URL into the Bing.com/image search box, or uploading an image to Bing.com/images.

Bing Image search image match

According to the post on Bing’s blog, the new “Image Search” button should be live, but I was unable to bring it up within any image searches, including the Mt. Everest example Bing used.

Related Topics: Channel: Consumer | Microsoft: Bing | Microsoft: Bing Image Search

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