Google Lens is an awesome feature that we’ve been enjoying our phones for years now. It lets us take advantage of the power of Google’s artificial intelligence and machine learning to use our cameras and our photos to learn more about our surroundings and what is in our images. It even allows us to copy, analyze, and paste text directly from photos. While Google Lens has been on our phones for a long time now, it seems crazy that this hasn’t been available in a browser yet, but it’s finally here. That’s right, you can now use the power of Google Lens to copy text directly from photos in your Google Photos library from the web, and paste that anywhere you like. We’ll show you how easy it is to do. Let’s go!

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How to copy text from images in Google Photos

  1. Go to photos.google.com from your desktop web browser.
  2. From your…

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