Google Lens now supports new features such as copying text to PC and selection search

Google has introduced enhancements to the Lens at the I/O 2019 developer conference, such as viewing items on the menu and scanning bills to calculate the correct tip amount. Although this year’s offline developer conference has been canceled due to the COIVD-19 pandemic, Google remains committed to improving Lens learning and productivity. After scanning text through Google Lens, you can not only copy it to your phone clipboard and PC, but also select specific paragraphs and search.

Google Lens now supports new features such as copying text to PC and selection search

As long as your PC runs the latest version of Chrome, users can take advantage of google Lens’ new cross-platform features.

Another improvement is that Google Lens was able to translate text, but now it can read foreign language words aloud. If you’re having trouble pronouncing a word, remember that Google Lens has this feature.

Google Lens now supports new features such as copying text to PC and selection search

Finally, with the newly introduced search button, Google Lens can also quickly search selected text paragraphs on the Internet so that users can understand what they are reading.

Google said the new features would be available today, but listening was temporarily limited to Android mobile clients. For iOS device users, wait a while.