Google Lens to include image source features, copy text, and translate on Chrome desktop

Google has added more features to the Google Lens in the desktop version of Chrome. With its latest update, Google has added three buttons — search, translate, and text in Google Lens. The newly added buttons will appear at the bottom of an image.

With the latest development, Google Lens is now capable of doing more than just regular image search. In addition to search option, Google Lens also offers Text, Translate, and Find image source tools.  After the addition of text tool in Google Lens, users will be able to copy, translate, search and listen to any text.

The new tools have been made available on Chrome for Windows, Chrome OS, and Mac.

Google has not changed the interface of the translate tool. It is same as the mobile version, with translations overlaid on the image. Users can also open the identified content on Google Translate web for a better experience.

These features have been long available on Lens for the mobile version of Chrome.

What is Google Lens?

Google Lens is a set of vision-based computing capabilities that can understand what you’re looking at and use that information to copy or translate text, identify plants and animals, explore locales or menus, discover products, find visually similar images, and take other useful actions.

Search what you see

Google Lens allows you search what you see. With the help of Google Lens, you will be able to discover visually similar images and related content, gathering results from all over the internet

How Google Lens works

After comparing objects in your picture to other images, Google ranks images based on their similarity and relevance to the objects in the original picture.

Lens also uses its understanding of objects in the picture uploaded by you to find other relevant results from the web.

Lens may also use other helpful signals, such as words, language, and other metadata on the image’s host site, to determine ranking and relevance.

When analyzing an image, Lens often generates several possible results and ranks the probable relevance of each result. Lens may sometimes narrow these possibilities to a single result.

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