Google Photos is probably the most popular and most useful app from Google in the past few years, launched at the Google IO 2015, the app has now 1 Billion active users across the platform with a Billion plus downloads in the Google Play Store. The app has been gaining several features since the launch and today, Google Photos is rolling out a new feature that lets you search for text in the pictures you have taken.
Starting this month, Google will be rolling out the ability to search your photos by the text in them. Once you find the photo you’re looking for, click the Lens button to easily copy and paste the text. Google Lens can read, translate and search the words you see by using your picture. Once you search for a text in the pictures, open Google Lens and you can select the text and copy it, search it on Google or you can translate it.
The new feature is currently rolling out to Android, iOS, and web versions. Open and the app and check if you have got it now and test it. Google Photos already has the ability to organize photos by the people and things you take photos of. Recently, Google also announced a lightweight Gallery app called Gallery Go that works completely offline and comes in a smaller size package.