Thursday, 6 August 2020

Google Lens now allows to copy and paste handwritten notes

BIRMINGHAM: Tech giant Google has introduced a new update for Google Lens which aims to improve productivity at work with the new features, especially while working from home.

In order to use the new feature, you need to have the latest version of Google Chrome as well as the standalone Google Lens app on Android or the Google app on iOS (where Lens can be accessed through a button next to the search bar). You’ll also need to be logged in to the same Google account on both devices.

That done, simply point your camera at any handwritten text, highlight it on-screen, and select copy. You can then go to any document in Google Docs, hit Edit, and then Paste to paste the text.

In addition to the ability to translate over 100 languages for you, Google Lens can now help you with the pronunciation too. You just have to scan the text with Google Lens, tap on the Listen button, and you will get the right pronunciation so that you can say the difficult foreign words with ease and learn a language by sitting at home.

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