Google launched an application for its assistant augmented reality on Monday, which redirects service users to a link or faster access between the real world and the digital
The software serves as a quick start icon for the service, according to Droid Life similar to an application launched at the time for Google Assistant.
Google Lens, presented at the conference Google I / O in 2017, use your phone’s camera as a Google search bar. For example, you can point your phone’s camera at a tree and Google will tell you what type it is. If you point it to a book, you will get information and criticism of it.
The application is a “quick way to access” features of Google Lens, said a company representative.
The new software seems to work with phones with Android Marshmallow or higher, according to Android Police . Some users reported on Google Play that it did not work on the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus and the Motorola Moto G5 Plus although it was not clear what operating system they were using. They reported receiving messages saying that the application was not available on their devices.
Last month, Google said that it integrated Lens into the camera application for its own phone Pixel as well as the new LG G7 ThinQ and other devices from manufacturers like Motorola, Sony, Nokia, OnePlus and Asus.