For more efficiency and productivity on the app side, JobScheduler will better network jobs for the user.
Google is rolling out its Lens beyond its Pixel devices to all Android and iPhone users with Google Photos. The Android roll-out is happening right now, so if you don't see the update you might need to be patient. One of the features of the Google Lens is that it has the ability to make a contact with a business card when scanned. The company today released the first developer preview of Android P. According to statistics from Google, in February of 2018 on Android versions 4 and 5 work 42% of all devices connecting to Google Play.
Google Lens, once exclusive to Pixel and Pixel 2 smartphones, is now available for certain Android smartphone or tablet user, so long as you have Google Photos downloaded, the company announced yesterday.
Google Lens is kind of your own personal photographer assistant which lets you know about the places by looking at the photos. Point the phones camera to an object or thing that you would like some information about and Lens will try to bring up whatever it can find.
Once the app is installed, you'll have the Google Pay/Android Pay feature back on your Android 8.0 Oreo smartwatch.
A new feature that is getting top billing from Google is support for indoor positioning through the use of WiFi Round-Trip-Time or RTT. Not all Android users will see it on their device so soon, but it should be available soon.
In this image which is of The India Expo Mart Limited, the Google Lens Preview present in Google Photos easily identifies the building and gives me the address as well as Google Map location.
Do you think Google Lens is a useful feature?
It uses Google's huge wealth of data to identify information in your photograph, and then provide useful information.