If you have the Google Photos app, you can use ‘Google Lens’ to identify a picture and show search results about the objects featured in a photo, e.g. an animal, a plant, or a building you took a photo of on holiday. Here’s how it works:
- Open the Google Photos App.
- Open one of your photos.
- Click on the ‘Lens’ button.
- Lens will focus on what it sees as the main object in the photo, but you can also tap on the area of the photo you want to identify or get information about.
- The object is identified below the photo and Google provides links to related results in in Search.
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