Google Lens Updates
As we all know, technology is growing day by day more and more. It is making the humans to complete their work very fastly. Google Lens is the one among them, which is excellent with its features. Google Lens is an image recognition app, which is by the creation of Google. This is available for both Android and iOS users. People should install the app from their respective play stores.
Earlier, it is available just as a standalone app. So, then Google changed to an integrated application for Android’s standard camera app. This app is available from October 4, 2017 for all the smartphone users. Google Lens helps users in many different ways. This app will take the relevant information from the objects by using visual analysis. Also, this app can translate text into any Google language.
Users can have their barcodes, QR codes, labels, and text through the identification by Google lens. This is through the user’s phone camera, which is directed to the app. Also, the app gives users the required search information and relevant results. Lens will connect to the wifi when it is scanned on a wifi label with its source name and password.
However, Google Lens is connected to Google Photos and Google Assistant. Previously, Google lens is only for Pixel users. Later on March 5, 2018, the app is available for all the non-pixel users. Recently, the app has an update regarding the functioning of Google Lens.
The Google Lens update is that users can scan their text and copy it. Later, users can paste it on their PC. Also, the update gives access to send a document of handwriting, without typing the content. People can search for the selected text and it also helps with the pronunciation.
This new update makes the users select their text, without tapping the option of Copy or select. Users should drag to highlight and then come to the PC and can paste it on the document. However, the App and system should be login with the same google account. Thus, Google Lens is more helpful for people who are learning a new language in the pandemic period.