Microsoft has revealed that it's changing the name of its Office Lens mobile app to Microsoft Lens, along with introducing a handful of new features. The tool lives inside other Office apps, too.
Microsoft has ended support for Office Lens on Windows and removed the app from the Microsoft Store. The company has recommended that users transition to the Android and iOS counterparts of the app.
Today, Microsoft announced the October new features for its Office Lens app, which allows you to scan documents using your phone's camera. It now has tap to select, snap to edge, and more.
Microsoft today released an update for its OneNote app on Android. The build was offered to beta testers back in November, and includes a much-anticipated feature: integration with Office Lens.
Microsoft updated its Office Lens application for Android devices, finally adding the ability to scan multiple pages and include them in a single PDF file. The feature isn't on iOS just yet.
Microsoft today took the wraps off of Office Lens for the iPad, including its 'Immersive Reader' experience. The app is Universal, so if you own it already for iPhone, you have it for iPad too.
After being named as a top dyslexia app earlier this year, Microsoft's 'Learning Tools for OneNote' will see some of its features made available in OneNote Online, Word, and Office Lens.
Microsoft has launched Office Lens on Windows 10 PCs, tablets, phones, and HoloLens - and it's also added Office 365 and OneDrive for Business support to the app on iOS, Android, and Windows 10.
Office Lens for both iOS and Android received significant updates today, containing a number of new features, such as rotating photos, the ability to scan handwritten text, and more.
The image scanning tool that was exclusive to Windows Phone has now made its way to iOS and Android. The app will allow for on the go scanning with robust tools for organization.
The latest update for Office lens brings support for saving documents in PDF format. Alongside its OCR capabilities, the new features make Office Lens a truly indispensable productivity app.
If you are a bargain hunter then OneNote may have what it takes to help you in your battle for the best deals with the updated OneNote Clipper tool.
Microsoft's new Office Lens app for Windows Phone uses optical character recognition technology to save text information from photos while also cleaning up the original images themselves.