Google Lens Can Now Translate Screenshots Text Automatically
Google lens users have been waiting for the translate from image feature include for some time now and the organization has at long last made it accessible on the Google Lens Screenshot UI for devices running Android 11+.
The new component, first spotted by 9to5Google, allows Google Lens to do the translation when you take a screen capture of a foreign language with no intermediate step. The translate button will get notified on the screen capture, and a tick on it will identify and decipher the necessary content rapidly.
After the content is made an interpretation of, it permits you to copy the content on the screen capture, which would then be able to be downloaded for offline access or sharing on social media. In addition, users can likewise download language packs for offline access.
Although this new component is really helpful, there is no sign whether the new Google Lens Screenshot translates feature would likewise be accessible in Android 10 or lower, however, we anticipate that it should be available in Android 12 devices. Note that a large portion of telephones these days run Android 10 or lower, so it will just bode well for Google to carry out this element for devices running Android 10 and lower renditions.
Additionally, the component has been incorporated with the web rendition for more noteworthy usefulness.
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