Beginning today, Google is rolling out its AI-powered Lens features to Google Images on mobile in the U.S., according to a recent announcement from the company. Previously it was only available on iOS and Android devices but now it is available on Google Images, meaning that you can use the Lens on mobile web. Similar to Google Lens for Google Assistant, Google Image Search will now show you images with dots on them. So, integration of Lens with Google Images will prove to be a great upgrade for smartphone users all over the world. Now, Google Images will show you related information and images regarding the particular piece of furniture you saw.
As Google explained past year, Lens uses its Knowledge Graph to identify items in a given image and show you a selection of similar photos. To use this feature, you need to tap the Lens button in Google Images, dots will appear on objects you can learn more about. Many of these sub-images will have product pages where you can buy them or search for other related images more extensively. Well, Google Lens might just be it.
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Although the new feature should be able to identify basic objects in photos, over time it should be able to identify more advanced things like specific types of flowers and noteworthy landmarks, she said. It will be rolling out to other countries, language and Google Images locations in the coming days. Alternatively, you could also use your finger to draw a circle around any part of an image that interests you.