Google Assistant gains eyes with Google Lens, now rolling out to Pixel phones
If you are an Android user and have Google Photos installed, get ready to experience Lens. 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. Means like scanner its works and give you all information like QR code
Here are the key ways your Assistant and Google Lens can help you today:
- Text: Save information from business cards, follow URLs, call phone numbers and navigate to addresses.
- Landmarks: Explore a new city like a pro with your Assistant to help you recognize landmarks and learn about their history.
- Art, books and movies: Learn more about a movie, from the trailer to reviews, right from the poster. Look up a book to see the rating and a short synopsis. Become a museum guru by quickly looking up an artist’s info and more. You can even add events, like the movie release date or gallery opening, to your calendar right from Google Lens.
- Barcodes: Quickly look up products by barcode, or scan QR codes, all with your Assistant.
Lens will also allow users to create a contact from a business card or identify a landmark.Users have reported that Lens is now available in Google Assistant on both the Pixel and Pixel 2 devices. Tapping the camera button while using the AI assistant now performs a search when you snap a photo. The lens is able to identify what you’re looking at, search the web and launch other apps. Users are also now able to rate results, allowing Google to continuously refine Lens overtime. The feature hasn’t landed on our Pixel 2 XL at the MobileSyrup office, but Google says it is rolling out now. This shift makes the switch more convenient and easier to use. Is Lens available directly through your Pixel’s camera yet? Let us know in the comment section.