Google Lens is making its way to iOS devices, reports The Verge. The app was announced and released just last year, as it is designed to deliver relevant information using visual analysis.

Accessible through Google Photos, Google Lens recognizes objects and thus provides background details about whatever is in an image. As The Verge points out, Lens works on pictures of "business cards, books, landmarks and buildings, paintings in a museum, plants or animals, and flyers and event billboards." In addition, Lens can transfer images of phone numbers or addresses into your contacts and add events to your calendar.

On iOS devices, simply open the Google Photos app, choose a photo, and then select the Lens icon. Google Lens activity will then be saved to your Google account if your web and app activity setting is on.

Google Lens for iOS begins rolling out this week. For more, follow on over to The Verge.

In other tech news, Apple has announced its WWDC event is going down June 4.

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