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Google Chrome will have a feature to translate text into web images directly on the page

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Google Chrome is the world’s most popular browser, and part of that title is due to the many features that make your web experience more fluid, productive, and seamless. In the last week, the user @Leopeva64 of Twitter discovered that the big tech is preparing a resource to translate texts into web images.

A new entry in the Chromium open source project titled “[Lens] Add item in context menu to translate text into image” (in free translation) indicates that the browser will now offer a simpler way to translate words, phrases or large texts in other languages ​​on a web page.

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Instead of requiring the user to click the right mouse button, select the item “Search image with Google” and click “Translator”, the company should reduce these steps and translate the texts into images directly on the page they are ondispensing with the need to open a new tab for Google Search.

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As it currently works, the simplified process would also be managed by Google Lens, the artificial intelligence-based tool that can extract text from images, identify objects and even species of animals and plants.

The developers of the new feature have not yet confirmed that the feature will be available simultaneously on Google Chrome for Windows, Linux, Android and iOS, but as the function is still in the early stages of development, it is possible that it will take a few weeks or months until it is released. for testing with users.

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