The introduction of numerous new Maps, Search, and Shopping services was announced by Google today. The majority of the new capabilities were debuted by the business at its Search On event in September, and they are now beginning to be made available to consumers.
Users will now be able to use Search to locate their preferred food at a nearby restaurant as of today. For instance, you can look out local eateries that provide truffle mac and cheese by typing in “truffle mac and cheese near me.” Once you’ve located the food you’re looking for, you can learn more about it, including its cost, ingredients, and other details.
You may utilise Google’s multisearch capability to locate certain foods close to you thanks to yet another new Search feature. Let’s say you stumble upon a tasty-looking item online, but you have no idea what it is or where to get it. You can now take a screenshot or take a picture of a meal in the Google app for Android or iOS and add the words “near me” to identify a location that offers it close by using Lens.
Google will release an update to its Lens AR Interpret capabilities later this year to allow users to more easily translate text on complicated backgrounds. In contrast to how it now works, Google will remove the original text, recreate the pixels beneath it using an AI-generated background, and then add the translated text on top of the image.