Published: Sat, February 24, 2018
Tech | By Constance Martin

Google Lens comes to more Android devices and even iOS users

Google Lens comes to more Android devices and even iOS users

Google has today announced the launch of ARCore 1.0 out of preview, allowing developers to create AR experiences on Android by publishing apps on the Google Play store that can understand your environment, and also place objects in it. However, as Google Assistant works with only limited languages right now, the Android (Go edition) is gearing towards offering support to the native language of people in the developing countries. If you happen to own a compatible flagship device, you will also get the camera-based Lens experience within Google Assistant.

Mobile World Congress kicks off this weekend, and to celebrate Google is launching version 1.0 of its "ARCore" Augmented Reality framework. The last big announcement from Google relates to the expanding availability of the Google Lens preview. However, the Nokia 1 is expected to be the first Android Go smartphone to be launched at MWC 2018.

Google Lens lets you point your camera at stuff and get information. The program details several common requirements for smartphone devices and services that are backed by a rigorous testing process carried out by Google itself.

He added that, "We're excited about the progress we've made with Android One in recent months, and at MWC you'll see news from our partners about some great new Android One devices".

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Google has announced that Google Lens will be available for all Android smartphones using the latest version of Google Photos app in the coming weeks.

The company says it expects to add support for more devices in future updates.

Now, any Android user - and even iOS users - can install the Google Photos app to start playing with Google Lens. Basically, it uses all sorts of fancy image analysis to to recognize text and all sorts of other things inside of photos you take to make finding them easier. The Go edition of the Android Oreo ships with optimized default apps and an optimized version of Google play store that highlights lightweight apps. The update will be available for English-language users in the Australia, Canada, France, Germany, India, Italy, Singapore, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the U.S. There's a whole lot more coming, and it's coming rather soon.

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