According to the Android Police website, Google has recently provided a shortcut for the Android version of the Google Lens application, which will make it easier for you to search among your images. In the new version, the Google Lens application is equipped with an album icon that, when you press it, quickly enters your saved images and allows you to search with artificial lens intelligence.
Before that change, you had to open the Google Photos app to do so. But now, thanks to this shortcode icon on the album, things are much easier than before. By pressing the album button, a page will open so that you can search among the images stored in the internal memory or SD of your smartphone.
The top results are for images that you recently downloaded or added to your phone's gallery. But there are other options in this section, such as downloads and, of course, the Google Drive app. The new version of Google Lens allows you to search directly between images stored on Google Drive if you connect to the Internet.
Google is Google's new artificial intelligence lens that can detect objects by searching for them and search for additional information about them on the Internet. To download the latest version of the lens, you can refer to PlayStore now.Source