Saturday, December 7, 2019
Home Technology Integrated Google Lens scans and translates documents on request

Integrated Google Lens scans and translates documents on request

The Google Camera app has now arrived at version 7.2 and can be used on the Pixel 4 and the Pixel 3, other or older devices need to install a modified version of the app for themselves. And while with version 7.1 among other things already the new Astrophotography mode on older devices was shoveled, provides the new version for an even better integration of Google Lens and additional features.

So you can now direct the camera directly to documents and Google Lens offers you various options on what you can do with the document everything. You may scan that accordingly, then crop it and finally share it as a PDF or image of the usual services. Texts in your system language can be copied with Lens, texts in other languages ​​can be translated on request. At the same time, in the current version of Google Photos, a new editing filter (shown at the top of the screen) "Astro" is being offered, which is supposed to polish up such starry sky shots.

Owners of a Pixel 3 and 4 do not have to do according to Android Police and should be able to use the new features meanwhile on their Smartphone. Whether those functions also work with the modified Google camera app is questionable, since the smartphones would have to have according to Android Police on a visual core processor.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Most Popular

Best Grubhub Order in All States in 2019

The Grubhub Food Delivery Service, owner of Seamless and other food-related brands, has released its Year in Food Report, revealing the best orders placed...

When will bowl games be announced?

CLOSEAutomatic readingThumbnails posterShow captionsLast slide Next slideThe schedule of the university football bowl is expected to be announced Sunday.Some notable things: the PFC semifinals...

A teenager from Lorton died in an accident in Maryland; suspected alcohol as a factor

A 17-year-old boy from Lorton, Va., Was killed in a road accident on Highway 301 in Maryland and police believe that alcohol could have...

Recent Comments