Google Lens is currently the primary visual search option on the desktop version of the Google Images website after being included into the Chrome browser and Android.
Now, when using images.google.com on a desktop computer, Google Lens appears between voice search and standard search. The tapping action replaces the former gray camera symbol with a new method for starting a Lens-powered visual search. You can drag an image within the box’s rounded corners or access your computer’s file picker.
Google Lens lets you search any image.
You can also enter a picture’s URL to begin a Google Lens query on lens.google.com, which gives you the option to narrow your search results and use Text (OCR) or Translate capabilities.
Meanwhile, tapping Find image source will load a page with 10 blue links and aesthetically comparable photos so you may enjoy the previous visual search experience.
At the beginning of this year, Google Lens was first seen on Google Images while it was still under development. It has been widely rolled out as of right now. In Chrome, you can access Search image with Google by right-clicking an image. In Android, you can access Google Photos, the Recents multitasking menu, and the share sheet, among other entry points.
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