Google Lens renews its interface to enhance the analysis of screenshots and photos from your mobile

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Last March, Google Lens it was updated for add your own gallery to allow us to analyze the photos of our mobile from the image recognition application itself without having to use Google Photos or the native gallery of our mobile. Four months later, Google Lens enhances your gallery in its new interface.

Google has started to activate a new design for Lens, in which the search with the camera stops being the protagonist of the application to bring it to the same level as the image search.


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This is the new Google Lens

Before, as soon as Google Lens was activated, the camera was activated and it automatically began to analyze everything it saw on the screen, showing a small direct access to the gallery. Now with the new design this is not so.

As we see below, now when activating Google Lens it will show a shortcut to activate ‘Search with the camera’ and below a couple of grids. In a 4×2 grid we will see the ** latest screenshots and just below another grid with all the images that are stored locally on the device.

Google Lens New Interface

That means if we want search with camera we have to tap on this option to activate real-time recognition, so with the new design we have to press one more button. On the other hand, with the old design it forced us to perform two presses to analyze an image in the gallery (one press to open the gallery and another press to open the image). Now with the new design with a single press or we search with the camera or we search in an image.

Via | 9to5Google

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