Early this year, Google Lens offers a shortcut on the desktop, and now this feature is available on Android. While using image search via Google Lens on Android, some users notice a circular button in the bottom right above the results sheet. You can use this feature by just clicking on the Globe with magnifying glass icon and then opening the Google Image Search on the web with the pictures, nowadays it is really adopted by users.
Some users use long pictures for Image Search to Google Lens, this is noticed by the company back in April the company, and for this, they brought a new feature Find image source shortcut on lens.google.com results. Now this Image Search feature is available on the smartphone.
Previously, Google Lens first still imposes an additional step compared to the previous workflow on mobile (right-clicking on pictures in Chrome), but it’s better than having to download an image and manually visiting images.google.com to upload.
For smartphones, users’ Find image source button is not yet released, maybe later this will come for Android users. On other hand, Image Search on mobile is testing redesign, for example, users can set some filters like All, images, videos, news, and more. All these are along with the icons same as on desktop. Now, the pill-shaped buttons are more beneficial.
Lastly, now, Android users’ web searches get a new form of search and the image-related searches won’t be any problem for them. From now on, they will get search results easily.
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