Google says Circle to Search is rolling out to another 100 million devices in 2024

100 million left, 100 million left. Google is actively developing Circle Search.

There was a lot of exciting news at Google I/O 2024, including the announcement that Circle Search, powered by AI, is now available on over 100 million devices and will reach 200 million by the end of this year. This was confirmed in a blog post from Google, showing how quickly this feature has spread across the Android ecosystem.

The feature debuted on the Samsung Galaxy S24 and Google Pixel 8, and has since been added to other devices, including the Samsung Galaxy S21, released three years ago. While it’s unclear what specific hardware specifications are required for Circle Search to function properly, it seems to require a relatively modern device setup. The purpose of Circle Search is not yet clear, but it seems to be a search tool powered by artificial intelligence.If you’re unfamiliar with Circle to Search, this app uses the power of Google Search and Google Lens to find information about any text or image displayed on your screen. The best part is that it works in any app and on any screen.

To use Circle to Search, simply long press the Home button if you use physical buttons for navigation, or long press the navigation stick if you use gestures. This will activate the screen and make it ready for your command.

Then, you can simply circle something on your screen to start the search. You can also scribble or simply tap the object you want to search. The AI will detect the object and use it as a basis for your search.

For example, if you want to find a specific type of lamp, you can just select it on the screen instead of having to describe it using Google’s normal search.

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