How to use Google Lens

Published: Thursday May 23, 2019 21:13

Google Lens combines the power of A.I. with deep machine learning to provide users with information about many things they interact with in daily life. Instead of simply identifying what an object is, Google Lens can understand the context of the subject. So if you take a picture of a flower, Google Lens will not just identify the flower, but provide you with other helpful information, like where there are florists in your area. It also does useful things like scanning QR codes, copying written text, and even live translation of other languages.

Here's how to use Google Lens in Google Photos!

   1. Take a photo of the object you want more information about.
   2. Open the Google Photos app.
   3. Tap the photo you took to open it.
   4. Tap the Google Lens icon at the bottom of the screen.

Lens will offer different information based on what the photo is of. At least, in theory. For example, taking a photo of a vinyl record should give you information about that album. Taking a photo of your non-native language should offer a translation. Taking a photo of any text should offer you the ability to copy that text to your clipboard.

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