We all know about Google Lens, which is one of the most useful tools that come with Android smartphones pre-installed. Google has now added a new copy-paste handwritten notes.
We know that there are lots of apps on the Google Play Store that scans handwritten text, but now that the Google Lens has the feature, you don’t have to install a third-party app. However, the iOS users have to install the Google apps.
The new feature in Google Lens will help the users to scan and copy the handwritten notes, which the user can paste in their phones or computer.
To enable the feature:
- Install standalone Google Lens app
- An updated version of Google app
- Point the camera to the handwritten notes, select the desired and copy
- if you ‘copy text’ you can paste it to messages, text, notes, social media and more.
- If you ‘copy to computer’ you can have access to the copied text on Google Docs on your computer. (Signed in with the same account)
Google Lens automatically predicts the handwriting via the Google AI algorithm, so the prediction depends on users’ handwriting. With neat and clear handwriting, the app can scan it better.
With the new feature, Google offers a pronounce feature to make it more productive.
In general, this will be a great help for many users. Those who have to make a soft copy from handwritten notes can now save their time without any waste in typing.