Google A new chip for its Photos app is reportedly testing the toolbar UI, Google Photos. According to a report from 9to5Google, its purpose is to help speed up the usage process Lens And other image editing tools, especially text-based images. The toolbar comes in handy for quick access to commonly used controls when viewing images with screenshots and featured text. Instead of diving further into the ‘Edit’ section, if users open an image with a large volume of text, they will get a floating toolbar Google Lens, ‘Copy Text’, ‘Crop’, ‘Markup’ and other similar chips in the toolbar. This means that users do not have to enter another menu in the Photos app on Android. Tapping on any option will open directly in the Dedicated section. While the feature is still in the testing phase, it means that Google wants to make the utility of its lens app more user-friendly and make it easier for users to use.
Users will see the Google Lens icon at the bottom of the window while browsing images in Google Photos. Clicking on the icon will bring up a scanning dot on your image and then Google will suggest, including: translation, text, shopping and location.
Recently, Google tweaked the lens to make it easier for phones to browse for images. Google Lens has a new Chevron icon on the homescreen that when tapped opens a drop-down showing all image folders on users’ devices. Selecting an album opens it as a fullscreen grid With this change, most Google Lens users will now see their favorite image in the default ‘screenshot’ or ‘image’ view.
For those who don’t know, Google Lens lets users search for what they see, get things done quickly, and understand the world around them – just by using their smartphone’s camera or a photo in it. Announced in 2017, Google Lens is an AI-powered technology that uses smartphone cameras and deep machine learning to detect objects in front and offer scanning, translation, identification, shopping and more. Initially, Google Lens was an exclusive feature of Google Pixel.
You can use Google Lens from:
* Google Photos
* Google Assistant on most Android phones
* Google search app on your phone
* Google app on some Android phones like Pixel