Chrome is a great browser with tons of tools and functionality. One feature that many users aren’t familiar with is the desktop version of Google Lens that’s fully integrated into Google Chrome. Follow along to learn how you can use Google Lens on Chrome desktop to search for any image on the web.
Developed as a tool to help users find items, translate text, and even identify different species of plants, Google Lens is an AI-driven visual helper. The idea is to be able to open Google Lens, take a photo of something you want to learn more about, and get results, fast.
The most popular form of this tool is what we see today on Android devices. Built into apps like Google Search, Google Photos, and even integrated into Google Pixel‘s camera app, Google Lens is generally very easy to access. Not to mention, the service is a genuinely powerful tool.
For instance, if you take a picture of a pair of shoes in a store, there’s a very good chance Gooogle Lens will give you results of that same brand and style online, letting you get the best deal. If you’re trying to learn more about nature and want to know which plants are dangerous, you can absolutely throw a picture into Google Lens and find results and important allergen information.
While Google Lens is a great tool for mobile, it doesn’t stop there. You can search any image you find on the internet, and it’s incredibly easy. Here’s how to…