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Google adds new productivity tools to Lens

Google adds new productivity tools to Lens

Speaking of efficiency,

Google has actually announced some new functions for Google Lens.

One brand-new function will copy handwritten text from a piece of paper and paste it on another device that is signed in to the same Google account as your phone and has the most current variation of the Chrome web browser set up.

Google states that searches related to discovering a brand-new language have actually doubled over the last couple of months; some people have chosen to use the extra time at house to take on this job.

Google Lens can likewise assist you understand a word or a phrase that you see in a paper that you don’t comprehend. Lens is offered on the Google Lens app on Android devices and the Google app on iOS.


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