Get your colors straight with Google Images

Thu 9 April 2009 09:42, Bas van den Beld

Google yesterday added a nice little feature to Google Images. You can now filter the color of the image you're looking for. So if you're looking for an image of a red car, only red cars will be shown.

You can filter in two ways. Either type in "red car" in your search box or select a color from the dropdownlist provided by Google Images. You can now choose from a set of nine colors.

Combined with the existing features like choosing the content type or the size of the image you can now find exactly that picture you were looking for.

Get your colors straight with Google Images

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