How To Use Google Lens On Any Android Phone

Google products are by far an unparalleled collection of apps due to its sheer reachability and updates. Google Lens is an underrated app as it’s half baked as of now but it the best option we have for gaining information by just one tap.

Like the wine but don’t know its price? Or you are enamored with your friend’s shoes and want to buy them? Well, this is Google Lens area of expertise as you just have to point it to the object and it will give you will get all the information regarding it. This tutorial will show you how to use Google Lens on your Android phone.

How To Use Google Lens On Any Android Phone

There are two methods to use Google Lens. The first method is by downloading Google Lens app from the Play Store or from the link below, while the second option needs you to open the Google Assistant.

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Now, the process of using Google Lens via the app or Google Assistant is the same. We’ll include a video covering the use of Google Lens from the Assistant.

  • Open Google Assistant by long pressing your home button or by installing the app.
  • You will see the Explore Tab in the bottom left corner. Tap on it.
  • Next, to the Explore Tab, there’s an icon of a camera. Click on it.
  • Once the Lens opens, point it to anything you like and see the additional information.

As you can in the video, Google Lens is not perfect. One time when I tapped on the Sony logo, it showed me a bunch of shoes. The features are mostly gimmicky. Tap to copy text is a useful feature, that copies the text of the pointed subject easily.

What do you think of Google Lens? Do you folks use it? If you do, what are things you look for? Let us know in the comments below.


Saurabh Jadhav
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