Mar 06 AT 1:57 PM Evan Selleck 0 Comments

Google Lens is now rolling out for all Android users


Google Lens, which allows a person to use their camera to quickly identify an object, animal, and more, has been rolling out to devices within the Pixel lineup for a bit of time now.

Now it appears Google is ready to expand the effort, as it has confirmed that it is rolling out the feature to all Android users as long as they are able to run the most recent version of Google Photos. The company did note in its announcement on Twitter that the feature is rolling out in stages, so if you haven’t already received the update, just wait a bit longer.

Google Lens allows users to scan items of all types to try and gain additional information on whatever is captured in the phone’s camera. That can be from trying to figure out a breed of dog, identifying a landmark, or even creating a new contact from a business card.

Are you excited to try out Google Lens if you haven’t already?

Source: Google Photos (Play Store)

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