Google app allows you to pass handwritten notes to your computer

This will only work if you have legible handwriting.

Google introduced a new feature in their apps that can change the lives of many people. Google Lens can now pass handwritten notes directly to the computer.

The functionality is able to identify the characters of the writing, this as long as it has a legible letter and can be identified by Google’s algorithms. Just point your phone camera over the written text after opening Google Lens app, select the text, choose the option to copy and paste it into any Google Docs document.

Yes, it’s that simple. The feature is being launched for Google Lens available for both Android and iOS.

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