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  1. Google Lens for Android rolling out offline translate capability Since last year, Google has been working on letting you perform translations in its visual search tool without an internet connection. Google Lens is now rolling out offline translate on Android. Open the Translate filter and click the “pairing” pill underneath “Google Lens” to open a “Select language” screen. On first launch, you’ll notice a “Tap to download” prompt highlighting a new button next to most languages. Before proceeding, Google will note how big the offline language p
  2. Google Lens can now copy and paste handwritten notes to your computer If your handwriting is neat enough Copy and paste works, but it’s hit and miss with messy handwriting. Photo: James Vincent/The Verge Google has added a very useful feature to Google Lens, its multipurpose object recognition tool. You can now copy and paste handwritten notes from your phone to your computer with Lens, though it only works if your handwriting is neat enough. In order to use the new feature, you need to have
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