Google Lens is now available to everyone on Android through Google Photos


Prior to this, the feature was only available on Pixel phones but the company is now rolling out this feature to all Android devices.

Google Lens is powered by a computer vision system which lets users point their handset's camera at an object and get information about it in real-time. After picking the photo, tap on the Google Lens icon bar which is located next to the delete bin. "To start, make sure you have the latest version of the Google Photos app for Android", tweeted by Google Photos team. One of the features it has is Google Lens which enhances the capabilities of the smartphone's camera. Other than that, it can also scan business cards and save the information of the people in your Google Contacts. The Android security update for March 2018 are already live for a number of devices.

Teacher fires gun in classroom
He was conscious but would not react or respond to officers and emergency medical services took him to a local hospital. Within minutes of the Dalton shooting, students there took to social media, calling for restricting gun rights.

Google Lens is not only limited to historical buildings or business utilities. Pichai connected his phone to a Wi-Fi network just by snapping a photo of a sticker on the internet router. Google has also revealed that Google Lens is "coming soon" to iOS. This application can even identify the name of a medicine from the photo and the biggest example of it can be seen in the above-posted image.

And just last week at MWC 2018, Google's VP of VR and AR Amit Singh showed off how Lens is incorporating their ARCore technology to unlock even more capabilities, such as add real-size furniture to your living room to see how they'd fit, or see how a auto would look with a different coat of paint.