Google is rolling out enhancements to its Google Lens technology for iOS and Chrome browsers, creating new levels of discoverability and satisfaction in digital shopping experiences. It plans to leverage Google Lens image recognition tech along with Google’s Shopping Graph database tracking some 24 billion listings from millions of merchants to make discovering and buying seamless. Thanks to enhanced Google Lens functionality users will be able to select a new in-stock filter to see only stores that have a specific product you’re looking for on their shelves. The new tools help consumers discover new stores and give them confidence before they head out to buy, while also allowing small businesses a better way to display their inventory. Assurance that an item is in-stock triggers store visits from SMBs to enterprise merchants. Google’s moves are meant to strengthen and expand that effect. The updated Google Lens for iOS iPhones requires that users first download the Google App. Within the Google app in the search bar, there is a Lens icon, which will pull up camera, users can snap the image and they will get the information on the object back.