Google has finally released its new GoogleLens App to all the iOS devices via Google Photos.
The new development comes days after Google Lens started rolling out to Android users via Google Photos.
The new expansion of the image recognition tool was originally released last month. Now, after the new release iPhone and iPad users with the current Google Photos App (version 3.15) will get a chance to use the Google Lens preview for the coming week.
iOS Users can download the new Google Photos version from their App store. The application is sized around 212.30MB and requires iOS 9.0 or later.
To run Google Lens on Apple gadgets, users must select a picture from Google Photos app and then tap the Google Lens button from the base, which is next to the settings button.
The instrument helps to run Google’s artificial intelligence (AI) innovation and PC vision which would examine photographs to show significant information. The App is very efficient to recognize different objects and landmarks in addition to transcribe the content from a picture. Moreover, the instrument can save important contacts details from a business card.
After the announcement on its official Twitter account, Google Lens has started rolling out its latest version 3.15 to iOS users. The release is available for some users now and will be accessible to all comers within a week, Google said.