Google Lens

Google Rolls Out Lens To Google Photos Users On Android

Google has officially rolled out Google Lens to Android users who installed Google Photos on their smartphones. This would mean that Google users could now scan objects using the app. The Google Lens could also receive other information aside from the usual scanned objects.

 

Aside from this Google users could also create a contact sourced from a business card or identify a landmark. At present, Google Lens also has the capability to identify company logos, paintings, movies, animals like cat and dog breeds.

 

Moreover, the search giant also announced during the Mobile World Congress 2018 that Google Lens would be available also to other smartphones. Non-Android users could also access Google Lens through Google Assistant.

 

Google Lens compatible smartphone models

 

These smartphone models are Samsung, Huawei, Motorola, LG, Nokia, and Sony, respectively. Below is the list of smartphone models that Lens is accessible.

” Google Pixel 2
” Google Pixel 2 XL
” Google Pixel
” Google Pixel XL
” Samsung Galaxy S8
” Samsung Galaxy S8+
” Samsung Galaxy Note 8
” Samsung Galaxy S7
” Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
” LG V30 (Android Oreo-only)
” LG V30+ (Android Oreo-only)
” OnePlus 5
” ASUS ZenFone AR

 

However, there’s no official announcement yet from Google. For the time being, users can use the Google Photos to fix your newly rolled out app.

 

To access the app, Android users should only open Google Photos. After opening the Google Photos, just select the picture and then tap the Google Lens’ icon. The app will then scan the picture and other information that are relevant to the object being scanned.

 

Apart from the Android phones and tablets, Chrome Unboxed has also noted that you could also enjoy the same functionality when using Chrome OS. You can make this possible if you download Android Google Photos app.

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Mart Sambalud

Mart is part tech-savvy and part news junkie. He is a journalist by profession. Why? Because he loves to curate and write news that matter to people. A traveller by heart, an art and photography lover, too. View all posts by Mart Sambalud