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Google Unveils New Lens Feature for Easy Image-Based Queries

Google Unveils New Lens Feature for Easy Image-Based Queries

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Google introduced a new Lens feature on January 17, making it accessible for users on both Android and iOS. If you’re familiar with Lens, you’re already halfway there. Open the Google app on your phone, tap the Lens icon in the search bar, and you’re ready to explore.

Simple Steps to Use the New Lens Feature

1. Launch the Google app on Android or iOS.
2. Tap the Lens icon in the search bar.
3. Utilize the search/shutter button to capture a photo in Lens or use the left button to upload an image from your phone.
4. After Lens analyzes your photo, tap “Add to your search” to include additional questions.

User-Friendly Experience: A Test with an Orchid

A quick test involved taking a photo of an orchid on a desk and asking, “Is this toxic to dogs?” Google, powered by generative AI, swiftly provided a thoughtful response. Notably, you don’t have to specify what’s in the photo; a general inquiry like “Is this toxic?” suffices. This intuitive approach adds a cool dimension to the user experience, making it feel like you’re asking someone in the room.

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