Google Lens is one of the most versatile tools on Android smartphones, allowing you to take full advantage of advanced technologies developed by Google.
Once made available as a standalone application, receiving integration in the virtual assistant as well as Google Photos, it's time to be integrated into Google Chrome as well.
Google Chrome image search interaction will look amazing
It seems that this will be a very simple integration, which will make available to users an extremely powerful tool in the interpretation and analysis of images.
According to information published by XDA Developers, it may take some time before this integration is actually implemented. For now, only one reference to the process has been found on the Chromium Gerrit platform, but may be tested soon.
The way it will work is very simple, if you open the options of an image with a long press, you will have the option "Search with Google Lens". Once you select this option, an order will be sent to Google Lens to analyze the selected image.
This will allow you to easily extract additional image information in Google Chrome from your Android smartphone. For example, when you find images with text in an unfamiliar language, you can translate the text in just a few clicks.
Other extremely useful uses of Google Lens
Text-to-image translation is far from the only useful feature of Google Lens. Through advanced image analysis, you'll be able to interact with barcodes, QR codes and even do product searches in online stores.
Over the years, this tool from Google has become increasingly complete and effective. There is no doubt that it is an excellent tool that should be present in all smartphones.
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