Tamara Hardingham-Gill
30th May 2019

Staring at signs and menus while frantically typing words into a smartphone has become part and parcel of traveling for many.But Google Lens has rolled out a series of new features that is set to make life a little easier for tourists.
With the new Translate filter, travelers can simply point their camera at a selection of text, and it will convert to the language of their choice on the spot.
Although this feature has previously been available on Google Translate for a selection of languages, the lens can now detect over 100, with the translated text conveniently displayed right on top of the original wording.

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