To March (7 March of 2018) Google has announced that Google Lens, an application that uses artificial intelligence to track objects using the phone's camera, will be available to all Google Photos users on Android.
Today Google has released a standalone Google Lens app through Google Play, allowing anyone without the feature to access it on their Android device. The Google Lens app used above uses artificial intelligence to provide information from images you've taken (clothes, books, buildings, etc.).
Although you can download the Google Lens app, it does not seem to be compatible with all Android devices. For example, it will work flawlessly in Samsung Note 8, but not in the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus. Other users reported that the app does not work on Moto Z Play, Nokia 7 Plus and Xiaomi Mi A1. On Google Play, the application's setup specifications indicate that it is required to work from Android Marshmallow and above.
So far, the Google Lens application works in camera applications of Pixel, Pixel 2, Sony Xperia XZ2, and XZ2 Compact, as well as some OnePlus devices. Google stated during the I / O that the platform was initially running on 10 different Android devices but did not specify what apart from Pixel devices. Google only revealed the manufacturers of 10 devices: LG, Motorola, Xiaomi, Sony Mobile, HMD / Nokia, Transition, TCL, OnePlus, BQ and Asus.
If you have Android devices not included in the list, the Lens app will probably not work…
Anyway you can try from the following link: