Google has worked on its promise of the 20th-anniversary event today announced the launch of Google Lens update within Google Images.
Google Lens, was introduced at the I/O even in May 2017, is a visual search tool designed to help people learn more about the image and what they see.
Now with Lens in Google Images allows users to explore more about the images they see within Google Image search.
Users can now use Lens to learn more within the image, for example, a landmark in a travel photo or wallpaper in a stylish room, says Google.
Google Lens, which is already a part of Google Assistant and Google Photos, works similarly in Google Images to identify things within an image as well as shows similar images.
In order to use Lens in Google Images, simply press the Lens button in the image, dots will appear on the object, then either tap on a dot or draw around anything you’re interested in the inside of an image.
Google Images will then display related information and images. From there, explore or learn more about the object.
Here is a GIF animation of Lens in Google Images:
Initially, as Google notes, the dots will only appear on products and other objects that Lens has identified.
In the coming months, Google will be making the dots to appear in more types of images, like landmarks, animals and plants.
Google says, with Lens in Google Images also helps site owners to get discovered through a visual search which works similar to a traditional Google Search.
The lens in Images is now live in the U.S. for people searching in English on the mobile web. Google said, soon it will be rolled out more countries and languages.