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Tuesday, November 3, 2020




Google Lens is an image recognition technology developed by Google, which is designed to retrieve information related to the objects and objects it recognizes using visual analysis based on a neural network. It was previously offered as a standalone app, later unveiled to the standard Android camera app.

Google Lens is an AI-powered technology that uses your smartphone camera and deep machine learning to detect and detect objects in front of a camera lens, but understand this and provide actions such as scanning, translating, purchasing and more.

The Google Lens was one of Google's biggest announcements back in 2017, but it was a special feature of the Google Pixel when the phone was launched. Since then, Google Lens has landed on most Android devices - if you don't have one, then the app is available for download on Google Play.

What is Google Lens?

Google Lens enables you to point your phone at something, like a certain flower, and then ask the Google Assistant what you're pointing to. Not only will you be asked the answer, but in the case of flowers you will get suggestions based on the object object like the nearest flower.

Other examples of what Google Lens can do include being able to take a picture of an SSID sticker on the back of a Wi-Fi router, after which your phone will automatically connect to a Wi-Fi network without you having to do anything. Yes, no more crawling under the cupboard to read the password while typing it in your phone. Now, with Google Lens, you can literally point and shoot.

Google Lens will also validate rest restaurants, clubs, cafes and bars, presenting you with a pop-up window showing reviews, address details and start time. It has the ability to identify what makes daily objects impressive. He will recognize a hand and suggest a thumb emoji, which is a bit fun, but will point it at the drink, and he will try and figure out what it is.


We tested this functionality with a glass of white wine. It didn’t suggest us white wine, but it did suggest a whole range of other alcoholic beverages, then you can tap to see what they are, how to make, and so on. It shows that, while the lens is fast and clever, it is not always accurate.

What can Google Lens do?

In addition to the scenarios described above, Google Lens offers the following features:

Translation: You can show your phone on text and live translation text in front of your eyes, with the Google Translation Plugin In. Magic.

Smart Text Selection: You can point your phone's camera to text, then publish the text to Google Lens, and copy it to use on your phone. So, for example, imagine pointing your phone to a Wi-Fi password and being able to copy/paste it onto a Wi-Fi login gin screen.

Smart Text Search: When you highlight text in Google Lens, you can also find that text with Google Assistant. For example, this is easier if you need to look up the definition of a word.

Shopping: If you see a dress you like while shopping, Google Lens can identify those pieces and similar articles of clothing. This also works for home decor and more through related reviews and purchase options.

Search around you: If you point around your camera, Google Lens will detect and identify your surroundings. For us it means publishing reviews of plant types, breeds of pet cats and DVDs from our entertainment stand.

Google Photos

In Google Photos, Google Lens can recognize buildings or landmarks, for example, presenting directions and opening hours to users. He will also be able to present information about a famous work of art. Maybe it will resolve the debate over whether Mona Lisa is smiling.

While browsing your pictures in Google Photos, you'll see the Google Lens icon at the bottom of the window. Tapping on the icon will show scanning dots on your picture and then Google will provide suggestions.

Camera My App

In some Android phones, including the Pixel 4 and others, Google Lens has been added directly to the device's own camera app. It may be in the 'More' section, but will be different depending on the manufacturer and user interface.

Which devices offer Google Lens?

If you are an Android device user, you can access the app. However, there are some exceptions, such as restricted-Google-Services phones like the Huawei Mate 30 Pro - so it's worth checking out Google Play to see if you can get it.

What's next for Google Lens?

Given that the Google Lens camera represents the main edge of my technology and through it Google's implementation, there are constantly small updates and rumored features for the application on the horizon. 

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