Google Lens can make your life easier in all sorts of ways. I personally find it both fun and helpful to play with, and it keeps adding new features applicable to our daily lives. One of them has just been announced, letting you identify skin conditions. In fact, you can scan any change in skin, hair, or nails and find relevant results in a jiffy.
At its annual conference in India last week, Google announced that it’s working to bring you a “doctors’ handwriting translator” in the app. And of course, it’s working closely with pharmacists to develop the tool.
Google Lens has a bunch of interesting and helpful features, from identifying your pets in photos to translating text from them. And now Google Lens is about to introduce a new feature that could be a double/edged sword. It could help your kid learn and understand math, but also do quite the opposite and just solve the problem for them.
Are there still folks among you who, like me, prefer handwriting to typing? If you’re in this group, you’ll love this new feature on Google Lens. The app now lets you scan your handwritten notes, copy them, and paste them straight to your computer. I gave it a spin, and I bring you my impressions as well as more information.
Google has recently announced a handy addition to its Lens platform. From now on, you’ll be able to search your entire Google Photos library for the text that appears within pictures. It works for both screenshots and photos, and you can easily copy and paste the text into any document.
Google Lens is an AI-powered platform that enables you to search using your phone camera in real time. It was only available through Google’s newest Pixel phone when it was launched last year. But today, the tech giant has announced that it will expand to Android phones very soon.
It doesn’t feel like almost a year ago since Google announced Google Lens. It’s Google’s machine learning system to assist your camera to help make your life easier. It helps it to identify what it’s looking at and then do or show you things based on what it sees. Now, Google has announced that it can see your pet. And not only see them but identify them. The goal is to offer you photo books and videos dedicated to your furry friend.