Google Lets allows handwriting and copying to your computer
Google Lets allows handwriting and copying to your computer

Google today (Thursday) announced the launch of a new feature, Google Lens, that allows users to scan text or handwritten documents and copy them to their document-editing services.

According to US tech giant Linz, users can copy text from scripts and documents for a while and save them on their phones, but now they can copy them to a computer copy in Docs In the Service, if the phone and computer are using the same connected Google account.

Google added that copying text to a computer requires the latest version of the web browser (Chrome).

Google says: In the past few months, the search engine has doubled in size to learn new languages, making the "Linz" application available allowing users to delete difficult words and phrases. Then click the "Listen" button to get the correct pronunciation in for the audience to hear.

It should be noted that the release of new jobs starts today, with the exception of the listening function (currently only available for Android, and will soon be available for iOS).

No, you can download the latest version of the (Linz) app for Android from the Google Play store or download the latest version of iOS from the application store.

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