Google Lens, the app that’s been in beta since January, has officially launched for Android phones and tablets.

The app has the same basic interface as the other Lens apps, with the only difference being that you can now tap the “more” icon in the upper-right corner to view and edit a list of photo and video content that’s already available in the app.

The app will even tell you what kind of lens you’re looking at with a blue arrow icon in a “camera” category.

You can also add photos and videos from your Google Drive account to your list of Lens content, and the app will add them to your library.

The default “photo” lens mode is a “portrait” lens, which gives you a wide field of view, but Lens can also be used as a portrait lens with a wider aperture.

The default “video” lens is a zoom lens, giving you a very small field of vision, but it also has a zoom function that allows you to see more detail.

You’ll be able to choose a different camera for each Lens category, and there are also a number of filters that can be applied to Lens to adjust its appearance.

Lens includes a wide range of filters, and you can also use filters from third-party apps.

The new Lens app will be the first to include an “optical quality control” feature, which will allow users to automatically adjust the lens’s aperture, ISO sensitivity, and sharpness to produce a perfect image, with no need for users to adjust lens settings manually.

Lens is currently available for Android devices running Marshmallow, but Google says the software will be rolling out to all of the new Android phones running Marshland soon.

If you’re new to Lens, we’ve laid out a few helpful tips below.

If your Android phone or tablet has an old version of Android, you can upgrade to the new version using the “Google Lens upgrade” app, which can be downloaded from Google Play or from the Google Store.

The software is free for anyone with an Android phone and tablet running Marshmallows, but you’ll need to pay a $0.99 monthly subscription fee if you want to continue using the app with Lens.

Lens will cost $1.99 to upgrade to Marshmallow.

To make Lens work on an older version of your device, you’ll want to update your phone to Marshmakes newest version.

In order to do this, you will need to update all of your other apps (Camera, Reader, Camera app, etc.) to MarshMakes latest version.

You’ll also need to install Lens on your device (or the phone and/or tablet that’s running Marsh), which will require you to install Google’s app update tool.

You will need the latest version of Lens installed on your phone and on your tablet before you can use Lens with a new device.

To make sure you’re up to date, check the Google Play store for Lens updates.

For more on the latest Lens news, be sure to check out Android Police on Twitter and Google+