Google Lens - Now Google can see everything yo see .

Google Lens latest update March 2018 will make Google Lens available for everyone. Google Lens - Now Google can see everything yo see.

Posted 1 year ago in Technology, updated 1 year ago.

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Google introduced the Google Lens at I/O 2017.Subsequently, the Google Pixel 2 and the Pixel 2 XL became the first smartphones to feature Google Lens. Google has officially announced that the Lens feature will be available for the Android users via Photos app. Photos is a preparatory app/platform from Google, which offers unlimited cloud storage for storing standard quality photos and videos. The users will receive an update in the next few days, which enables them to use the Lens via Photos app. Similarly, the update in will available for iOS users in the upcoming week.

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Features of Google Lens

Identify the type of flower in the picture

Provide details regarding the show/movie in the picture

Providing information about a hotel/restaurant

Getting contact details out of a document/visiting card

The Lens feature is restricted to English language users. However, as of now, there is no information about the rollout of the feature for the other language users.

 

The users with flagship smartphones will also receive camera-based Google-lens and the Google Assistance app in the coming weeks. However, there is no exact time frame has been given from Google regarding the rollout.

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The AI-based app from Google helps to get information on the wide-range of objects or places. This AI technology is used to get information on objects, buildings, and products. Similarly, the company is working on a newer algorithm to distinguish between different animals. In fact, this will help the tourists, who are in a new place and wants to get information on different places. However, Google Lens will not work on everything, at least in India.

 

We can download the Google Photos app from Google Play to start using Google Lens on your Android device. The tool is touted to have an accuracy rate of over 95 percent. However, it may not be able to recognize all your photos since it's currently available as a preview.

 

According to Google’s post on Twitter, the Lens feature is also coming for iOS, however, it doesn’t estimate any specific date for a rollout. In what concerns to Android, you’ll need to update your Photo apps to get the new feature. Since the update is going on gradually, it should take some time to arrive for all devices and regions.


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