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This New Google Lens Update Might Make it Easier to Search for Images on Your Device

If you own a smartphone, there’s a solid chance that you would most likely end up taking quite a few pictures with the smartphone camera that you would have at your disposal. This often results in a massive number of pictures and photographs starting to accumulate over time, something that can make it rather difficult for you to find a picture that you want to show to someone else without having to scroll through hundreds if not thousands of unrelated photos.

Google has been working on Google Lens for quite some time now, and while there are a lot of different applications for this new feature its facilitation of easy usage of Android phones is perhaps foremost when it comes to the things that would make it appealing to the average consumer. With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that Google has just updated Lens yet again, and this new update might make it incredibly efficient from lots of different angles.

If you were to open Google Lens on your Android phone right now, you might see a Screenshots section. After this update, this section will have a new tab located right next to it, and tapping on this tab will show you all of the photo folders that you have in your phone. These folders will be easier for you to access since they will be part of a dropdown menu with all things having been considered and taken into account.

Being able to use Google Lens is something that is making a lot of Android users glad about their choice of smartphone, but you need to be able to find pictures quickly in order to make this feature as effective as you need it to be. After a previous update that made Google Lens prioritize screenshots instead of anything else, this update will further take Google Lens to a whole new level. It will be interesting to see where Google ends up taking things from here because the sky’s the limit with services like this.


Via: 9to5google

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