Google Lens is the Google app to use your device camera to discover more details about your surroundings. And thanks to the enormous database that the American tech giant boasts, the tool can recognize almost anything.
Another of the utilities in Google Lens can identify any piece of furniture of clothing that catches your eye when you’re out and about. Just focus on the object in question and the tool will provide data about the product. This turns out to be truly practical if you need to find the shop that sells an item.
Google Lens can also recognize animals and plants. Like this you can discover new species you haven’t identified and thus get informed about any living thing you come across anywhere in the world.
With Google Lens you can identify any object, animal, or plant thanks to your Android device. All with the quality seal provided by Google. Without question, a tool that can help you better understand the world around you and in the meantime get you out of more than one tight spot.
Google Lens lets you search what you see, get things done faster, and understand the world around you—using just your camera or a photo.
SCAN & TRANSLATE TEXT
Translate words you see, save a business card to your contacts, add events to your calendar from a poster, and copy and paste complicated codes or long paragraphs into your phone to save time.
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IDENTIFY PLANTS & ANIMALS
Find out what that plant is in your friend’s apartment, or what kind of dog you saw in the park.
EXPLORE PLACES AROUND YOU
Identify and learn about landmarks, restaurants, and storefronts. See ratings, hours of operation, historical facts, and more.
FIND THE LOOK YOU LIKE
See an outfit that catches your eye? Or a chair that’s perfect for your living room? Find similar clothes, furniture, and home decor to the one you like.
KNOW WHAT TO ORDER
See popular dishes on a restaurant menu based on reviews from Google Maps.
Quickly scan QR codes and barcodes.
Similarly, in Google Chrome for Android, the long-press menu for images has replaced “Search Google for this image” with “Search with Google Lens.” Selecting the new option launches into the Lens functionality of the Google app, with a premade search from your image of choice.
Surprisingly, this change to Chrome for Android seems to have been in the works for over a year, as we first saw the new Google Lens context menu option last August. So far, Google has not indicated plans for Chrome on iOS to offer this particular Lens integration.