As 9to5Google reported, the Google Lens app receives an update revegoing the design and main purpose of the app itself. The new design emphasizes the ability to scan photos and screenshots that have already been recorded rather than analyzing in a live preview.
Screenshots of the new user interface
This is a cool new feature, which is also available for the lens built into the default camera apps, but you’re still encouraged to use the live preview analyzer. Anyway, press the rounded gallery preview button to open your recently saved photos.
It’s worth noting that screenshot analysis has been available in the Google Photos app for quite some time now, but allowing users to do everything in one place, hence the Google Lens app, is much more convenient.
Keep in mind that this is a server-side change, so it may take some time to get the redesigned Google Lens app.