On the heels of previous week’s rollout on android, Google’s new AI-powered technology, Google Lens, is now arriving on iOS.
The feature is available within the Google Photos iOS application, where it can do things like identify objects, buildings, and landmarks, and tell you more information about them, including helpful details like their phone number, address, or open hours.
It can also identify things like books, paintings in museums, plants, and animals. In the case of some objects, it can also take actions.
The eventual goal is to allow smartphone cameras to understand what it is they are seeing across any type of photo, then helping you take action on that information, if need be.
According to a tweet from the Google Photos’ Twitter account, Google Lens in Google Photos on iOS began rolling out last Thursday to those who have the latest version (3.15) of the App installed.
The rollout will complete over the course of the week ahead.Please subscribe to our newsletter