Google Image Search Gets Badges to Help You Tap to the Right Place

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Google pushed out an update to Google Image Search today on the Google App and mobile search that should help you jump into the right places as you tap around results. Now, you’ll see badges in the bottom left corners of image results that could say things like “Recipe” or they could show a play button with time to indicate that a video is behind the image.

I wish I had other badge examples outside of recipes and videos, but I’m not seeing the badges just yet in my Google App even with today’s update. So, I’ll leave it to you to discover the beauty of badges in Google Image Search and report back in those comments.

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