Google has now expanded its lens feature from dedicated apps to web versions. Also, now that you have saved screenshots or documents in the cloud, the lens of the web version will give you a great experience.
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Last month, Google Photos‘ new interface made it easier to access the lens tool. Now even the text of photos on the web can be copied using Optical Character Recognition (OCR).
So users can move letters from phone to computer through Google account. But if you can access the lens directly on the web, you can get rid of this tedious process.
To use OCR on text within a photo on the web, look at the ‘Copy Text from Image’ button. Once activated, you can drag the cursor to highlight the word part.
Highlight only the part you want to move. After that, click on ‘Copy Text’ from the menu on the right side of the picture.