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Google buys Word Lens, the app that translates languages with your phone’s camera

17
May
2014

Google has acquired Word Lens, the mobile app that can translate text in real time using your smartphones camera, along with its development team at Quest Visual. The impressive technology will now make its way into Google Translate. Word Lens and its various language packs have been made free on both iOS and Android as a thank you to supporters, but dont expect to see much in the way of updates moving forward. Quest Visual makes it very clear that the plan is to transition to Google as quickly as possible.

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