You Can Now Use Google Photos to Search, Copy & Paste Text


    Google Photos now has a new feature which allows users to search for text on any image and copy them to clipboard. This text can also be searched which makes it easy to copy any important text on an image.
    Google Photos Copy & Paste Text

    Google Photos is a very useful application, when you backup your photos or videos to Google Photos, they are stored there as far your account details are with you, regardless of which device you log in to. This Cloud-based service also has other features like filters, edit and now search for a text on any image (numbers included). The new feature hasn't rolled out on all platform but it's gradually rolling out across the platform.

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    This new feature works this way - It is part of Google Len's analyzing capabilities (search this), which allows you to copy and paste text using the Lens' existing OCR (optical character recognition) functionality. This new feature allows you to even search for the smallest text on an image and copy them to the clipboard for pasting on any notepad or message.

    Tweet From Google Photos:
    "You spotted it! Starting this month, we’re rolling out the ability to search your photos by the text in them.

    Once you find the photo you’re looking for, click the Lens button to easily copy and paste text. Take that, impossible wifi passwords 😏".

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    This new Google Photos feature can be helpful when you need to copy memes text from images you don't really have the time to type, also it's best used when copying inspirational quotes from images to send to loved ones depressed or who needs encouragement. There are many advantages of using Google Photo text copy and paste, you'll find out as you use the feature.

    To get the best out of this Google Photo feature, make sure the image you want to copy its text is clear enough to copy and paste. This will save you the stress of copying half text and trying to complete them yourself.

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