Google Lens MOD

Translate words, identify plants, find products, & more—using just your camera
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Google Lens lets you search what you see, get things done faster, and understand the world around you—using just your camera or a photo.

Translate words you see, save a business card to your contacts, add events to your calendar from a poster, and copy and paste complicated codes or long paragraphs into your phone to save time.

Find out what that plant is in your friend’s apartment, or what kind of dog you saw in the park.

Identify and learn about landmarks, restaurants, and storefronts. See ratings, hours of operation, historical facts, and more.

See an outfit that catches your eye? Or a chair that’s perfect for your living room? Find similar clothes, furniture, and home decor to the one you like.

See popular dishes on a restaurant menu based on reviews from Google Maps.

Quickly scan QR codes and barcodes.

*Limited availability and not available in all languages or regions. For further details go to Some Lens features require an internet connection.


40 comentarios en "Google Lens MOD"

  1. I love Google lense! One quick picture of whatever it is you want to “Google” and your results instantly pop up. The possibilities are endless when it comes to looking things up. I have taken pictures of things as tiny as a catapillar, and even rare old coins that were a little hard to read. But I have yet to be disappointed. 😁

  2. Eric C dice:

    Amazed at the searching and matching ability of this app. MUCH thought and time went into the creation of these technologies, only possible through countless hours of meticulous, legitimate human input. Searching for and finding an exact match is a fairly simple process–the software simply takes an image of an item and matches it to all other exact items. But for a computer to find items which are “similair” to a human mind is incredibly complex. Very well done! Thank you!

  3. I use this app constantly! Reads all typewritten text perfectly, most handwritten text. It’s great for copying text from images or certain apps that don’t feature select/copy functions by first using a screenshot. It’s not quite as useful for searching images, such as plants, but this depends on the image; I have had many successful image searches. There is just one thing… it would be nice if I could use the selected and copied text and share this to another app, such as Google search.

  4. MJ Brooks dice:

    Technology is amazing. 10 years ago my answer to everything was “Google it”. Being able to “Google it” visually has been a life saver (and money saver). I’m a very curious person so I used to spend hours taking pictures if things to look up later, which took FOREVER because I didn’t know how to spell it. Google Lens has been a game change.

  5. 4 Stars Google was ahead of the pack when they created this great app! Makes it much easier than having to type the description of the product. Simply Capture and it should bring up multiple sources of information. As I said should why giving 4 stars. Simple things snapped should’ve!came up, but rather it brought up something completely different. I hate to say this but I took the same image and used Microsofts version and unfortunately it DID bring it up. Option to add description is a plus.

  6. I Iove this app! It’s fun and super helpful! Most cars, plants, animals, album covers and the like it does a fantastic job. For more obscure things like small figurines and old China, It usually finds that if it’s out there. If not I can add a word or phrase to help the search engine. When it can’t find it, I know that it’s something obscure or rare. Feedback is requested after every search which I think they can use to refine their search engine. I am a fan!

  7. C. M. dice:

    App crashes as soon as it gives me search results. Even if I click on the results, the web page disappears as well. Plus I have to be super fast to be able to click on the results before they disappear. So far, I am not fast enough to actually see or copy/paste the results so I can open them in another web app. Have reported the problem but no answer so far. Bummer.

  8. I use this app to identify photos, not so much things in the field. I take lots of photos and foreign gardens, and many of the flowers are unfamiliar to me. This is allowed me to identify most of them. I’ve also found it useful for identifying specific buildings and different locations. Since the image doesn’t change in a photo, I don’t have problems as it changing the focus. I highly recommend this app!

  9. The devs have taken an incredibly useful tool and turned it into a wall mural of fecal matter. Used to be great to identify actors or actresses you have seen somewhere but can’t remember where, or identifying bugs, or plants, or reading foreign languages. Nothing you scan anymore leads to useful results, only sale pages. The entire premise of the app has been corrupted into unintelligible drivel. It’s useless. Don’t waste your time

  10. This is a very nice way to search online for unusual items that you can’t name, or forget what they’re called. Just place the item by itself with a plain background and capture it with lens, just like you were taking a smartphone photo. Then wait a moment and let it search. I’m having FUN! It’s very addictive and it’s really helping me find similar items to whatever I point at, whether in a catalog or in person. Also superb for price comparison.

  11. Fantastic App! I had taken a pic of some books that I was interested in buying in a marketplace of some kind, then using this app I was able to find a slew of other sites that I could buy the same types of books (which is great because I tend to read/buy all of a particular author’s works at a time)! I’m sure that the same principle could be applied to other pics that I have in my gallery. Wicked good!

  12. I use this app everytime I look at purchasing something. It gives me the same and similar looks along with price and where to find. The best I love is seeing people pass off things from AliExpress as their handmade item for about 10x cost. To use it, I say Google, take a screen shot. At the bottom you get choices of where to save. Scroll to this icon, click, And done! 15-25 images.

  13. Google lens is great for taking pictures of documents and papers, scanning objects, removing or translating text on a paper, and much more. I Personally use it a lot to extract and copy text in any language from a document or paper, digital or physical. I would suggest downloading Google lens if you want to do all of the above.

  14. Does what it says. I’m sure alot of people don’t do their reading/studying and research. And that is just a couple of min. So, shouldn’t be any complaints. It’s described what it does. Etc. So, this is a good app. It works! And it helps you find anything your eyes can see. Reminder+ Hey Google makes one that looks up the sounds of things. Movie quotes or that tip of the tongue almost can remember but, need that help remembering. It’ll be called Google Hearing. Almost all the senses.

  15. I am a re-seller and I use the app to locate other items like the one I have found so I can price my curated items fairly. I also deal in antiques. If lens cant find it then I know I really have to dig deeper to find another and that my item may be rare. Lens has been very useful for me in my business. They are constantly improving and listing to our feed back too. In the beginning I gave them feedback to allow users to add wording to help with the search and they did it!

  16. The app is brilliant as far as concept and, on occasion, execution goes. Maybe I am somewhat ignorant but when two or three dots appear and I am still waiting for a different item to be identified, if I tap the screen it seems to select a random, if not the most recent, dot. Next, the rest disappear or they remain and move around when I try to get a better view of a certain object, even whilst the other dots are in the frame and this causes them to become unrecognizable. Honestly, I just don’t feel like I am in control most of the time. Really cool app when it does what I want but, otherwise, it does need serious UI improvements. I expect more from Google.

  17. The app is hit or miss. I took a broken part out of a lamp and scanned the bar code on it. I was initially amazed when the app correctly ID’d the part on the first scan. The app even listed some on-line retailers for the part. I wanted to see if I could get it from Amazon, so I switched to the Amazon app. When I tried going back to the Lens app, it didn’t show up in the list of recent apps, so I had to reopen the Lens app and rescan the part. My first scan must have been very lucky because this second attempt took many scans to finally get back to my initial result. For some strange reason, Google Lens does not show up in the list of previous apps, which is a pain when you need to switch between Lens and another app. Also, scanning the same thing multiple times produced very inconsistent results from scan to scan.

  18. This is terrible in every way. There’s no way to manual focus which means you will have to keep moving you phone around just to get the scan to be clear enough to read. The results are focused on stores and websites instead of just pure text. It always annoys you by showing what it can do, which it doesn’t do very well, not even worth the storage space on your device.

  19. I think it’s amazing there’s an app that can help you figure things out just by taking a picture of it.It’s not perfect with understanding everything you take a picture of but it’s getting better. And again what it can do already is incredible. If you want to learn about your surroundings this app can help.From plants to animals, books, pictures, photos and many miscellaneous objects that you may want to know what it is what it does and thus search further through the internet about it.Discover.

  20. Very buggy. Half the time it freezes up as soon as I open the app and try to point at something. I have a Galaxy S10+ so memory clearly isn’t an issue here. I believe the app’s sensitivity sensor needs to be better corroborated with the camera and phone software so that it’s not instantly freezing up as soon as I open and point. Otherwise when it works as intended it becomes a great tool. I once used it to identify a car make and model I didn’t recognize. It accurately found it. Fix the bugs

  21. vLove it! When I first tried this a couple years ago, it definitely needed some work. Most of the things I tried searching for just were not in the database. Fast forward two years and what a difference! Most everything I look for (vintage estate items to value and price) have several results. Very rarely now, ( less than 5 % of the time) does it come up empty. The only issue I’ve had is more of a bug in the app issue where it will search for part of the picture which ends up way off base.

  22. 98% of the time it absolutely can be of a huge inspiration & assistance to me. It’s been great to see the vast improvements over the years. However, it’s not always the results I want to learn for the rest of the 2%! Therein is my frustrations. I seek answers for pictures or translations; it’s unnerving to learn how many times answers cannot be offered.

  23. I usually use this app for communications. It works great for translating text, during online conversations – or when trying navigate public spaces where the common language is no the same as your own. Lens helps translate text with extreme quality results. I honestly have almost no knowledge about the rest of the app. I know you can look things up by image, and that seems like a useful and interesting idea.

  24. It’s amazing how much this app can do. Just two examples. I went for a walk in valley forge Park Pennsylvania. I was able to use the app to identify a large range of plants and trees and learn so much about them. Fast forward to different use. I scanned a business card. All the information was accurately transcribed into contacts. Again it’s just impressive how well it does these tasks.

  25. I’ve seen apps like this in past years, but they never worked well enough to really be that useful. I’m amazed at how well this works for identifying products and translating text in real-time, on your screen in an AR fashion (projecting the translation over the original text in the viewfinder). This app does a few different things very well, and it works nearly instantly. So cool! And potentially useful in many situations, I recommend having it on your phone.

  26. No issues at all. Seems to find everything the way I need it. If I say took a blurry picture or need to better the results you have all options to do so. Simple easy to use. I recommend for anyone who constantly searches for anything and everything with little resources. Also can translate anything in a different language that is helpful for those traveling.

  27. I love this app. It helps to identify items in question, and I must say, it does it rather well. No, it isn’t 100% accurate, but what is..? If, intuitively or knowingly, you feel the info is incorrect, just continue using it, the correct answer may eventually show. It’s satisfying to me. Finally, an app that can assist me in identifying items I’m unfamiliar with. I hope your experiences will be as great as mine.

  28. I’m a big user of the Google Assistant, and recently have been getting more into Google lens. The integration between the two is spectacular. I have had no problems with Google lens, and it’s been able to identify different dog breeds for me, different products that I see, and has really helped me translate some of my favorite restaurants menus into English. I love the app, love the integration, and hope to continue to see the app improve!

  29. Love this app for the most part. It is a little aggravating at times when it shows me things that are not remotely related to what I’m trying to search. But then again isn’t every thing on a phone aggravating at one time or another? I really like the different options it gives for searches like text or Google or just the image. Which makes having the focus box a great essential because I can search for something imparticular that’s just part of the image.

  30. Awesome! This is incredible. I tested the app with random things I’d pass throughout the day, and every time, without fail, it found the exact product and also showed me similar options. I’m finding it particularly good at presenting less expensive alternatives that achieve the same look and at the same time, the same exact product for less on other sites.

  31. Scott dice:

    This one can be hit or miss. If you like the concept it works well enough. If you dont mind the just as hit or miss functionality of the micro touch screen keyboard dont bother. Its all about which way your going to get annoyed or possibly get lucky and identify the mystery object. Its about options and this one can put you at an advantage sometimes. If you havent tried it cause you dont like new things, nevermind…3 stars for existing.

  32. I love the app for the most part, but it has a HUGE, glaring problem. When I search an image, and then want to see more about a specific result, the links and buttons don’t work. I click/tap once and wait, nothing happens; I click/tap again, and nothing happens. Nothing happens at all 90% of the time. Even when I select a result just to look at it and compare, and when I want to navigate to one of the website results I can’t most of the time.

  33. This app was great for quite some time. I actually loved using it. But all of a sudden it went down. When I click on the results I get a blank white page. I guess expecting this review to fix anything is wishful thinking. I’ve sent in feedback and nothing has happened to correct the issue. I never had problems until I got an update. I don’t know why you can’t leave well enough alone. It worked great before. Now it’s useless.

  34. it was a very good piece of software. but they ruined it with a load up screen that shows things you photographed. when i want to ID something, use this program. but now all i see are things i shot. and i don’t care about those. i’ll choose it if i need to, it really ruins the program. i also really wish i could find color images using black and white images. i know it can ID stuff, it should be able to turn color into colorless and search for that. instead all i get is old time grainy photos when i show it a car in an old photo. its silly.

  35. Great app & easy to use to find where you can buy an item from it’s picture. I was surprised at how many stores sell the same item that I needed. It’s also great to get info on an item, animal, person, etc from a picture. Suggestions for improvement: 1) more accurate searches Ex. If I am searching for a specific eagle statue, I don’t want to see pictures of live eagles. 2) It would be beneficial if we can choose the language & what Countries we want to include in our search.

  36. G M dice:

    Very reliable and dependable. When you’re in a hurry or especially for someone like me who is always on the move; going ninety to nothing and multitasking with both hands full, all I need to do is snap a shot take a picture of something ( what ever that may be) and it will automatically pull it up. With the variety of simple but useful choices it makes my work a lot easier!

  37. It’s pretty neat but still isn’t quite “there” yet. It still doesn’t identify alot but gives some input at least (for example, if I was trying to identify a plant and if it cant it will say “It looks like … A plant?” Ive tried a few times and it has only been absolutely correct once ). It is still fun to try out though and will be patiently awaiting updates! 🙂

  38. It’s great for identifying flora. My only complaint is that once I’ve IDed something, I have to click out of the program and come back to identify another item if I dont follow the Google link. Thats very annoying. Perhaps there is a way around this, but if so it’s not very intuitive as I’ve fiddled around and still can’t see a way to do this.

  39. 1.It doesnt really give you a quick tutorial on how to use it. 2. I am not a techi,and I do not use it if I can keep from it. 3.When you type a heading you cannot move it anywhere else on the pic. 4.when you use stickers from the bottom the don’t stay either, you can’t change the size of font either. 5. Being able to change the lighting if its too dark or light is great. Thanks. 6. When you try to get out of 1 section is a very difficult thing to do. I would rather just not use it. I have tried.

  40. I remember it working better when it first came out and then for a year or so. But it seemed to be less capable which is strange but seems true. Now less likely to pick it correctly, but gives a list of possible results to choose from. Still better than not having it at all 🙄

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