Searches from the Google application for Android now support format and color filters in imagess. You can choose the images according to the predominant color that we want the photographs that appear to have. This will make it easier to find something exact among the huge number of results that Google provides in each search.
This filter was already available on the Google Images website but now reaches the Google application for Android and it adds to the options of choosing images by formats, with transparent backgrounds or searching for GIFs, for example.
The new feature, they explain from Android Headlines, will work anywhere in the world and works just like the desktop version which was launched in 2016. Now a scrollable toolbar will appear below the main search bar and will allow you to more effectively choose and filter your image results. Besides being able to choose the format, for example, a bar with colors will allow you to browse the search results.
Google, according to the aforementioned medium, would officially unveil the new function next week. However, the new feature does not require explanations or presentation since it is something very simple and intuitive.
If you still can’t see this new color bar in your Google app, update the app from the Google Play Store or clear the cache and start the application again. The update is now available and Google continues to add new features, content and a better interface to its applications,