Google is officially launching its Lens feature on iOS devices over the next few weeks. The Lens is an awesome on-demand object recognition tool, that is accessible through the Google Photo App.
The App helps users take a picture of books or paintings or objects, for instance, the App recognizes it and gives complete information about it.
Starting today and rolling out over the next week, those of you on iOS can try the preview of Google Lens to quickly take action from a photo or discover more about the world around you. Make sure you have the latest version (3.15) of the app.https://t.co/Ni6MwEh1bu pic.twitter.com/UyIkwAP3i9
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When you use Lens on an image that has an address or phone number on it, these information are automatically saved on your device. So, Lens can operate on pictures of plants, animals, flyers, billboard, books and awesome landscape.
The Lens feature was released in October last year on the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. To use this feature on your Apple device, you are expected to launch the Google Photos App, select a photo, the proceed to tap the Google Lens icon in the App.
The output result on your image depends on the photo you have captured, so you can check details Google provides.
According to Google if your web and app activity setting is switched on, your Google Lens activity will be saved in your Google account. You also can delete any history from your My Activity page at any time, you decide to.
iOS users will be able to use the Google Lens feature on their updated version 3.15 Google Photo App, so if you want to have an awesome experience of this feature then stay up to-date and update your app.