Google Photos works on a new interface to facilitate access to editing tools from images with text

Google Photos is testing a new interface for images with text in which has included a floating toolbar that facilitates access to different editing tools, including Lens.

Instead of having to press the ‘Edit’ button, located at the bottom of the photo, with this floating bar users will be able to access editing functions such as ‘Copy text’ or ‘Search’, as verified by 9to5Google.

Other options included in this quick access bar are ‘Cut’, to select a part of the image, or ‘Hear’, for the assistant to narrate the text that is included in this photo.

This floating menu also includes direct access to Google Lens, a service that already integrates the Google Photos application itself. In addition to this, the application has the options of ‘Share’, ‘Delete’ and the aforementioned ‘Edit’.

From this portal they indicate that this double access with the same purpose may be due to the fact that Google is currently working on this interface and that it continues subject to modifications and adjustments.

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