Google announced it was bringing Google Lens functionality to Google Image searches last month. Well, it’s now there.
When inside of an Image Search on mobile, you’ll see the Google Lens logo in the bottom right. When you click it, Lens can give you more insight into what you’re viewing and help you find related things. For example, if you’re looking a product, it can tell you where to purchase it.
As Google explains, “To start, the dots will appear on products and other objects Lens has identified, and in the coming months the dots will appear in more types of images, such as landmarks, animals and plants. You can still draw around anything you’re interested in inside of an image to get more information and see related content.”
We aren’t sure when the extra functionality will come, but we assume it’s relatively soon.
Google Lens is starting to take over.