Google’s Lens: how to copy text from paper to your PC


Google has just launched a very useful application for the users all over the world. This is a new feature of the Google Lens users to copy text out of a physical paper. Users will be able to tell the Lens to locate, copy, and then sent it on to their laptop or desktop computer. The best part about this feature is that it is built-in to the Google Assistant on most of the Android smartphones and tablets. With this feature, the users of the Google, in particular, the students will be more productive. Students will be able to easily digitize, copy of notes, without any additional steps. As part of the post, is Google the Lens will not detect the text, and the user has to select the text. Also, Read Google’s Assistant is the integration allowed for the SCREEN, media, remote controls and set-top-box manufacturers

However, the company notes, however, that the writing needs to be a bit of a tidy up for the feature to work. Users with poor handwriting, you can also try out for the job. However, the accuracy of the text is detected, it will be a toss-up. In addition, the function it only works with the latest version of Google’s Chrome browser. Make sure that you have the most recent version of Google Chrome browser on your laptop or desktop computer. This new feature seems to be a server-side update to your phone. However, it is better to make sure that your Google as Google Lens, the Assistant and the Google Photos app is updated. Here’s how to copy the text out of a physical paper, and it will be sent to your PC or laptop. Also, Read Google’s Lens update has been announced at the I/O 2019

How to copy text from the paper into your laptop or desktop computer with the help of the Google Lens

Step 1: As mentioned above, make sure that you have the most recent version of Google Chrome browser on your laptop or desktop computer. In addition, make sure that your smartphone is running on latest Google’s mobile apps. In addition, make sure that you are signed in to both devices with the same Google account.

Step 2: Professions Google assistant on the desktop shortcut, or navigate to the Google’s the Lens or the Google Photos app. If you have the Google Assistant will then open the “Google Lens” button in the in the direction of the lower left bottom of the part. This will take you to the viewfinder which you can use to check and document the quality of the paper. In the event that you already have to create the images, head over to Google Photos, open the photo and click on the “Google Lens” icon at the bottom. Apple iphone users will find the Lens, the logo on the Google app for iOS.To get started

Step 3: As soon as you click on the picture in the Google Assistant or Google’s the Lens, or touch the Google Camera icon in the Photos app, the software will detect it and highlight the text. Tap, or press and hold press and hold the button to make the selection of the text in the UI, and then select the text that you need. As soon as you select the text, you will see the “Copy to Computer” button at the bottom. After you press the button, the app should show’ Text copied and ready to paste in the name of the device”. Open Google Docs in your desktop or laptop computer, and then go to “Edit” to Paste the text.The copy of the text of the paper

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