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If you forgot or are not familiar with what Google Lens is all about, it's an app or a built-in tool that lets you scan real world images and then gives you information about it. Google Lens, which made its debut in Google's flagship smartphone Pixel 2 past year is a photo analyzing app powered by AI that resides in Google Photos.

After announcing during MWC 2018 that more Android smartphones will eventually support Google Lens, Google kept its word and started rolling out the feature for devices that have Google Photos installed. The company has promised that Lens in Google Photos will roll out to iOS users soon. As for iOS users, Google is yet to put a timeline on the arrival of Lens to Google Photos but it will happen with time.

Lens is created to make sense of the visual world, Google Lens Senior Director of Product Aparna Chennapragada told The Verge.

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Google has first announced its Google Lens in 2017 at Google I/O and as per the official tweet from Google, they have rolled out this feature to most of the Android devices by today i-e 6th of March.

Google is finally bringing Lens, its visual search engine to all Android devices. One of the features it has is Google Lens which enhances the capabilities of the smartphone's camera. This application can even identify the name of a medicine from the photo and the biggest example of it can be seen in the above-posted image.

Will Lens work for your Android device?