Google has just launched two of the most interesting features announced in 2017 for its products. The first, Lens, allows you to identify and search for things using yout phone’s camera. The second, ARCore, is the companies augmented reality platform. Both have just arrived at Android.
Both Lens and ARCore were introduced in mid-2017 at the annual Google I / O developer conference, but they were only available in beta or limited stages for Google’s Pixel mobiles.
According to The Verge , ARCore, Google’s augmented reality platform, has just come out of the testing phase and is now officially available. This means that all Android can use Google’s augmented reality feature, something that has been limited to Pixel.
In the case of Lens, for now it will not be available to all users. The function will come in a future update first to English-speaking Android users, and will gradually reach other languages. However, it will be available to all users of the Google Photos app on iPhone.
Finally, Google assures that Assistant will receive support of 30 new languages and more news throughout 2018.