For that reason, in September, Google announced to launch an extended version of Google Lens app that will now intelligently recognize the object from the image given in the search bar. Well, it is now here for some of us. Previously it was only available on iOS and Android devices but now it is available on Google Images, meaning that you can use the Lens on mobile web. "You can still draw around anything you're interested in inside of an image to get more information and see related content".
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Google says Lens in Google Images is only able to identify products and other objects Lens has already identified, but it will support things like landmarks, animals, and plants in the coming months. This is especially helpful if you are looking for a new sofa, for example, as shown in the GIF to the right. To use this feature, you need to tap the Lens button in Google Images, dots will appear on objects you can learn more about. During your search, you come across a couch you like in an image, but you may not know what style it is or where to buy it.
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Its AI technology examines images and explores sub-images that could be of interest.
Google's augmented-reality visual helper Lens is integrated into camera apps on phones like its Pixel.
Although the new feature should be able to identify basic objects in photos, over time it should be able to identify more advanced things like specific types of flowers and noteworthy landmarks, she said.