Google Lens is now live for Google Images in the US for device language set to English. You just have to open the image in the search bar, suppose you are searching for a new bicycle just write down bicycle on a search bar and browse it. It'll work on numerous same things as the Lens feature in Google Assistant, but of course it will also help you buy things.
Lens is an AI-powered tool used on smartphones that can recognise objects, landmarks, dog breeds, and more. Now, Google Images will show you related information and images regarding the particular piece of furniture you saw.More news: CBI Director Alok Verma challenges ouster in SC
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Earlier this year, Google Lens was rolled out for iOS devices and as a stand-alone app for Android devices. These dots can be tapped to identify the information Google Lens has associated with it. 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. Google will then search across the web for images and videos where the object might have appeared. In the future, dots will appear in more types of images, such as landmarks, animals and plants.
The Lens icon can be found next to the share option underneath an image. Google will roll out to more locations and languages in the coming months. You can, for example, find out more about the different objects in a product, or find similar ones.