Sat. Aug 15th, 2020

Google Lens can now copy and paste text to your computer with one click

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Google Lens adds a long-awaited feature for users. Now you can use Google Lens to directly copy and paste text to your computer with one click.

Google Lens, as an application for demonstrating AR technology, can now recognize billions of objects and give recognition results, and then obtain a new interface design that can make it easier to use.

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This new feature allows you to directly copy the text obtained by Google Lens. At the same time, you can also click the “Copy to computer” option and copy the text to your computer clipboard with one click. You need to log in to your Google account in the latest Chrome browser on your computer, of course, you must also log in to your Google account in this application.

Its use is very simple, you only need to open the application to enter the recognition state, point your mobile phone camera to your other text, and then wait for Google Lens to recognize, then select the text you want to copy and click “Copy to computer “, then you can directly” paste “the text you just copied on the computer.

Of course, due to the limitations of the current technology, Google Lens cannot naturally recognize all the text accurately, so it is recommended that you prepare yourself in advance.

Google Lens has also added the ability to read the text you selected in the above operation, but this feature is currently only available on the Android platform, and it is estimated that the iOS platform will have to wait.