Moreover, Google photos is also planning to bring an fantastic feature that is a manual face tagging feature, that will let you tag faces manually it doesn't recognize.
Not only that, but Google Photos OCR also allows you tap the lens button to copy and paste the text in that image, which extends its usefulness significantly. So, if you're looking for a photograph of a sign or a business card, you simply need to search for the text that was captured in the image and Google Photos should return what you're looking for in search results. Once the photo with text has been found, clicking the Lens button allows users to copy sections of text and paste it in another document.
So now when you search Google Photos for text, you will see all the photos where that text or phrase physically appears. Now, the search engine will become more powerful, since Google is implementing the ability to "search for text in your images". The company confirmed the feature on Twitter after users discovered it on their own, but it's still rolling out to everyone.
Earlier also Google lens was present in Google photos, but it can only parse a text inside a photo once we select one. "Take that, impossible wifi passwords", wrote Google Photos.
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According to 9to5Google, these features have been made available now on Android devices, though its activity on iOS is relatively unknown.
Reports say that this feature works above par for screenshots especially, but it also functions quite well on any image in a text. It will give you the option if you want to copy the text. This way, the image will directly launch an "intent" for the Lens feature through the Google app. Such a feature would mean you can just point your smartphone's camera at a router's password sticker, and it will automatically connect you to that network. The service, which was spun out from Google+ just four years back, has been growing rapidly because of its frequent updates.
On Thursday (22 August), it emerged that Google has quietly begun the roll-out of new AI features for its Lens image recognition platform. As per Google, the feature even works with pets.