New Delhi: Google Assistant has changed “Whats on my display screen?” button with a Lens-branded shortcut that’s now being known as “Search this display screen” by some Pixel customers.
In comparison with “What’s on my display screen,” the prevailing Lens button doesn’t seem each time Google Assistant is invoked.
A Reddit person who has Pixel 6 Professional mentioned that a while after “what’s on my display screen?” was killed unceremoniously and with out clarification by Google, they added a “Lens” button on the Assistant pop up, however not in all places, and relying on context.
It exhibits up in Chrome and Twitter (alongside “Learn”), however availability is hit and miss in third-party apps.
Now, “Search this display screen” button is showing in Assistant on Android.
Tapping ought to seize the present display screen and allow you to entry the Translate, Textual content, Search, Homework, Buying, Locations, and Eating filters, studies 9to5Google.
“Search this display screen” button opens Lens and “provides you all of the Lens choices, so that you don’t need to undergo the workaround of screenshotting and Lens-ing it anymore”.
The brand new Lens display screen search button has not been rolled out for all however is seen in 126.96.36.199 construct.
Google could roll out this alternative quickly to all Android customers to spice up Lens utilization.