Google has announced that its previously Android-only Google Lens feature is now rolling out to iOS users who have the Google Photos app installed.
First unveiled last year at the Google I/O 2017 conference, Google Lens uses the company’s image recognition and machine learning algorithms to identify the subjects of photos and videos and present additional helpful actions and information to the user.
For example, if you take a picture of a business card, Google Lens will offer to save the phone number or address to one of your contacts. Similarly, taking a photo of a book, landmark, building, painting, plant or animal can throw up an option to view more [...]
iOS and Android ride-hailing app Lyft has begun testing monthly subscription plans for „high-frequency users,“ in a style comparable to services like Netflix, Apple Music, and MoviePass.
According to The Verge, the terms of each „All-Access Plan“ vary and an overall detailed report from Lyft has yet to come out, but prices appear to start at $200/month for 30 standard Lyft rides. Standard rides are defined as those costing up to $15 for each ride. Higher tiers are priced at $250, $300, and one for $400/month provides 60 rides.
All-Access Plan image via Hunter Owens Images of the ads for All-Access Plans promote [...]
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