Google is cultivating a new update for its dedicated Lens app on Android. Flashing the new build will bring a refreshed user interface. More importantly, now the app focuses on itself. The new update emphasizes the live viewfinder i.e; the ability to read existing pictures and screenshots from the device’s gallery.
Make sure to visit: Download Soloop v1.32.1 Video Editor for your Smartphone
The fresh feature can be accessed from both the live preview analyzer and directly through the in-built lens in the default camera app. At the top third of the new screen, you can see a “Search with your camera” option that shows a live preview. Alternatively, in the case of an older UI, the option is displayed at the bottom right corner that shows a preview of the camera roll pictures.
Afterwards, a 4×2 page is opened that displays recent “Screenshots” alongside the “View all” option in the top-right corner. Tapping the later one opens a full-page grid of captures. Whereas the “All images” section has all the endless collection stored in your smartphone.
Introducing the screenshot analyzing feature on Google Lens will enable the user to do all tasks in the same place, making it more convenient. Keep in note that this is a server-side update so it may take a while to reach out to all the users.
Earlier this year, Google Photos and Google Lens AI were integrated. This step enabled the user to copy, search, hear, or translate text from images. In fact, the user can also select some text parts from the image and use them for translation and search purposes. To know more about this, visit our dedicated article.