Google Lens has reportedly up to date its brand for the third time, because the app was first launched in 2017. The brand new brand is now rectangular and takes the form of a digital camera, donning the Google colors. The present brand has a stark distinction in contrast the outgoing logos for Google Lens. The brand new brand is at the moment accessible for Android beta testers on the Google app and must be accessible for the standalone Lens app and different Google merchandise within the close to future.
Based on a report by 9to5Google, Google has up to date the emblem for Google Lens for the third time since its launch. The brand new brand takes the form of a digital camera and matches the color scheme of the Google household. Blue takes dominance on the emblem, swathed over the central lens, the top-left nook, and the viewfinder/flash. Crimson is the second most dominant color that bottom-right nook and has yellow between blue and purple over the bottom-left nook. Inexperienced takes up a little or no portion of the entire brand on the top-right nook. The earlier two logos had the identical color scheme however had a minimalistic sq. design with rounded-off edges.
Earlier this week, Google Lens for Android received a brand new function, giving it a gallery mode that eases trying to find pictures and screenshots throughout the app. The photograph gallery on the app might be seen by tapping the button on the left of the shutter. It pops as much as present all current pictures on a smartphone with screenshots getting a precedence over different pictures. The gallery reveals the newest eight screenshots at first look and in addition has a button marked View All to open the folder containing the screenshots/pictures.
In different Google-related information, the company’s plans to block the popular Net trackers known as “cookies” got here below some scrutiny by the US Department of Justice, because the transfer could hobble smaller rivals, a report claimed citing folks accustomed to the matter. Google had earlier introduced that’s going to ban some cookies on its Chrome browser to enhance and enhance consumer privateness.
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