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Google Lens: How To Get It On Any iOS Device

Google is now launching Lens, its object recognition tool for photos, for iOS devices. To get Lens, you’ll need Google Photos, since Google Lens operates within that application. In this article i’ll show you how to get google lens on iOS devices.

In a tweet shared last night, Google Photos announced that Lens would come to iPhones and iPads, and said: “Starting today and next week, those of you on iOS can try previewing Google Lens to take action quickly from a photo or discover more about the world around you, make sure you have the latest version (3.15) of the application. “

After downloading Google Photos, you will find Lens opening a photo in the application and then pressing the Lens button, which is at the bottom of the screen, between the buttons to remove and configure.

Once you have Lens, you can use its tricks to learn more about the buildings, plants, works of art and other objects that surround you. This includes everything from movie posters to album covers. Google Lens can also identify business cards and offer to create a new contact based on that information.

Of course, since Google Photos is “rolling out” Lens during the next week, you may not see the icon of your icon in your photos. Instead, you may see the ‘i’ Information that appears on my device when I try to access Lens.

To make sure you’re up to date, open the App Store and click Updates, and check if Google Photos has an update available. To see if you are in version 3.15 of Google Photos, open the application, touch the menu bar in the upper left corner, touch the settings icon and then tap About Google Photos, which is located at the bottom of the screen.

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