With the latest arrival, iPhone and iPad users with the latest Google Photos app (version 3.15) will get a chance to experience a Google Lens preview over the next week. Now, the brand has introduced that the feature is now available on iOS platform.
To access Lens in Google Photos, users just need to open a photo and tap the square camera icon in the bottom toolbar of an image. The Lens basically scans the images for different things like phone numbers, dates, addresses, landmarks, books, music albums, movies, artwork and more.
The Lens is an on-demand object recognition tool, accessible through the Google Photos application.
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The workflow in Google Photos for iOS is straightforward.
If that's a business card, that means pulling out contact details.
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A flyer or event billboard: You can add that event to your calendar.
Past year at the Google I/O 2017 conference the search giant unveiled Google Lens.
Google also allows you to delete any history from the "My Activity" page at any time. Nonetheless, as a sign of Google pushing computational photography and paving the way for more AR-style features that bridge real-world objects and locations with data, it's certainly an interesting experiment.
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Depending on what the photo is, you can then check the details Google provides, or take an action.