Google is experimenting with incorporating the Google Lens button into the mobile search bar. The camera symbol, the Google Lens logo, will bring up your camera, and you will be able to search by capturing photographs. Google Tests Lens Button In Search Bar for better-searching capabilities.
Google Lens was released in 2017 as a new approach to relay helpful info on items you see. Since then, it has progressed and included additional aspects. You can find Lenses in a variety of places, including Google Photos and the Google Camera app.
Google appears to be experimenting with the position of a Lens image directly in the Google application’s search bar.
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While it doesn’t have all the earmarks of being unavoidable, some clients have reported seeing the Lens sign on the right of the Google search bar. Specifically to one side of the microphone image.
The option to set a lense is presently accessible in Google Photos, Google Assistant, and the standalone Lens app in the Play Store.
This feature brings Google’s Android app’s capabilities closer to those of the Google app for iOS. Which has had Lens integrated for quite some time.
While this may be yet another example of the Google Search app becoming more complex. It appears appropriate to recall visual search capability for the search bar; now, you may submit visual data with voice assistance.
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