Google Photo e Google Lens They are two of the most powerful and interesting tools of the Mountain View House and together they make a successful combination. That’s what prompted the Big G team to make small changes to the user interface Google Photo Aims to give more space to the tools of Lens, Now undoubtedly more visible and easier to access.
As you can see from the screenshots below, the novelty is when you look at an image in Google Photos by tapping the lens icon or expanding the info panel on it.
The message is already available to multiple users (including the author) [N.d.R.]) And it must have been implemented on the server page in the last few days – the exact date is unknown.
As always, if Google Lens sees text in an image, it highlights it. Tapping the selected text allows you to translate it, copy it to another application, or transfer it to the user’s computer connected to the Google Account.
All of these features are not entirely new, however, although they were previously available in the exclusive Google Lens app, they are now just a pipe away from viewing an image in Google Photos.
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