Google is now rolling out this feature to all Android smartphones that have Google Photos installed. The tool that debuted on Pixel devices in October a year ago is also heading to iOS devices in the coming future.
As per the blog post announcing the expansion of Google Lens last month, the tool will available to all Google Photos English-language users who have the latest version of the app on Android and iOS devices.
It can scan business cards and allow users to save a contact through it.
Google has mentioned that the feature is coming to iOS soon but they have not given a solid timeframe on when it will arrive.
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Google is finally bringing Lens, its visual search engine to all Android devices. On non-Pixel devices, Google Lens is missing Google Assistant support. "To start, make sure you have the latest version of the Google Photos app for Android".
We still can't forget company CEO Sundar Pichai's Google Lens demo at the Google I/O 2017 event. 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.
Users will now be able to scan things through the app to receive information, so if you are unsure about anything ranging from a dog's breed to flower type, the Lens can answer all of your queries. The Android security update for March 2018 are already live for a number of devices. The Lens feature is not 100% accurate as sometimes it fails to detect certain images and shows "hmm, not seeing it clearly yet" message but with the time it will get evolved.