New Delhi: Be it in the office or home, smartphones have become important everywhere nowadays. With the advent of artificial intelligence, its usefulness has increased day by day. The operating system is updated every year by adding some useful features. One such tool that you may not be familiar with is Google Lens’ Translate feature. Let’s have a look at the feature with which you can translate any text with just a few clicks.
What is Google Lens?
Google has developed a tool called Lens for image recognition. Google Lens is available for both Android and Apple phones. Along with many other features, Google Lens added the Translate feature a few years ago. However, few people realize that a few taps on an Android smartphone can quickly translate any text. (Also Read: Snapchat launches dual camera to take multiple snapshots at the same time)
Here is the step-by-step guide for translating text with Google Lens:
– Open the Google Lens app or visit the official website www.lens.google.in
– In the right corner of the search bar is the camera option. Click on it.
– Select “Translate” from the menu. It is next to the text option on the left side.
– Just point your camera at an actual photo or something else in front of you to translate text from that photo or object.
– If you want to translate text from a document or smartphone photo, tap the Gallery button in Google Lens on the left side of the shutter.
– If you have to translate text from a blog or something you’re reading, take a screenshot of the text and open it in Google Lens. To do this, click on the Gallery button in Google Lens, which is located on the left side of the shutter. Once you click on it, choose the image, and it will open and translate for you.
However, there are many options for translating the image into text even through Google Lens as well. This is the simplest and easiest of what was described above.