Google Image Search Shows Its True Colours
As mentioned on ZoomFeed, Google Image Search is offering an interesting new filter – Search by Colour. Upon having input your Search query (for example “Reid Miles” “Blue Note”) a new colour selection menu appears next to the input field in the Search Results page.
This fold-out menu holds 12 options which you can choose from. As an example I have clicked blue, which yields the results below. The Search Results now only show images that correspond to the text string in your search query but are predominantly blue.
Selecting another colour like red for example dramatically changes the search results. If you want to revert to the standard search results regardless of any specific colours simply click “Show all colors”.
The grey colour option does not result in greyscale images. If you need black and white you need to select the corresponding option in the Advanced Image Search.
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