Google Lens is for many an as-yet-unknown app. However, in the near future it will be one of Google's most important applications. This is why the search engine giant is constantly improving it. Not only with the arrival of new functions, but also with the fine tuning of details that make it much more intuitive. Now here's something new to simplify the way Google's visual search works.
Google Lens takes another step towards being the most important app!
The interface we launched initially is unchanged and continues to be inspired by Google's camera. However, when we capture the image, the results window already has some modifications. It starts with an offset from the captured image so that you can see the entire scene.
Meanwhile Google Lens now shows several actions at the top. We can see, for example, the possibility of copying text, searching the found text or translating. Previously, actions were lower and as such it was easier to go unnoticed.
After making a selection the same old results panel appears. However, you now have the ability to zoom back in and search the image again. Furthermore, when you click on something that is not text, or is already identified as an area of interest, Lens takes us to the interface that lets you choose a part of the image. Then we can help the cut to make a search more accurately. That's in case Lens didn't recognize anything. Or at least what he wanted Lens to recognize.
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