Google Lens has finally arrived on the computer: how to use it?

Google Lens has finally arrived on the computer: how to use it?

Google Lens, Google’s app that lets you find everything you’re looking for with a single photo, has finally arrived on computers. So what is Google Lens and how do you use it?

Google Lens, first introduced by Google for Android and later iOS in 2017, can be used in just one photo. Lets you find almost anything you’re looking for. This application is continuously developed, An update from last month Starting to let you find the same product you are looking for or another product with the same pattern.

Today, Rajan Patel, head of Google’s engineering team, made a statement on his Twitter account. Google Lens can now even be used on computers Explained. Let’s take a closer look at how Google Lens is used.

What does Google Lens do?

If you haven’t used Google Lens yet, let’s talk about Google Lens in brief. This software is any product you see on the internet or in real life. Lets you find it with a photo. Translation from photo and product search on mobile devices Text scanning To explain Google Lens with features likeFBI-like application‘ Let’s say.

In the computer version, there are features like searching for products with images, translating the text in the photo to text and translation. But today we We will focus on product search feature from photo. Let’s take a closer look at how to use this feature together.

How to use Google Lens on computer?

  • Go to Google’s homepage
  • Click on the Google Lens icon to the right of the search bar.
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  • Upload the photo of the product you want to search in the small tab that opens or copy the URL of the photo.

  • Then Google Lens will do its job and show you what product you’re looking for and where to find it.

At this point, you can also use the photo-to-text and photo-translation features if you wish.

As you can see, using Google Lens is actually pretty easy. Additionally, Google Lens software learns the shopping sites you’ve visited most through your Google searches, Primarily trying to find the product you are looking for on those platforms.

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