Google lens’s Latest Update can now let you Copy-Paste-Translate


The Latest Update of Google Lens can now Copy & Paste Data into any document

Google Lens lets you search what you see, get things done faster, and understand the world around you—using just your camera or a photo. Google lens has features like scan & Translate text, Explore places around you, Know what to order, scan code.

Even better, you can point your camera at text in a foreign language and the app will translate it for you in real-time. The app supports more than 100 languages and is truly a godsend for folks traveling internationally.

Google today announced a number of new productivity features for Google Lens that are definitely worth checking out. With the new update, Google Lens now allows users to point their smartphone camera at a string of text, copy it, and quickly paste right into a document on their computer.

One should also make sure that they are logged into their computer and smartphone using the same account. To get started, open Google Lens, and point your smartphone at the handwritten notes.

Now, highlight the on-screen text that you want to copy and select copy. Select the document on your computer where you want to paste the text and hit paste.

Example of the update is given by Google in the below GIF:

Google lens

[Image Source: Google]

Apart from this, the company has also launched a feature that allows a user to learn the correct pronunciation of words. Lastly, Google has added a new feature that enables a user to look up for new concepts directly from Google Lens.


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