Google has announced a new update for Google Photos that brings Office Lens like feature to Google Photos. Microsoft announced Office Lens around 5 years back and the company has made the app available for almost every platform.
With the new Google Photos update, Google will now suggest users to crop out the extra background from documents like receipts. Once the photo has been taken, Google users can open the Photos apps and it will suggest them to crop the edges out of the photo. If the user decided to crop it they can just tap on the suggestion and Google will automatically remove the edges from the photo.
New! Crop documents in a single tap. Rolling out this week on Android, you may see suggestions to crop photos of documents to remove backgrounds and clean up the edges. pic.twitter.com/mGggRyb3By
— Google Photos (@googlephotos) March 28, 2019
Google announced the update on Twitter and confirmed that the feature will roll out this week to all the Google Photos users. The update should download automatically but you can check for the update manually by heading to the Google Play Store.
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