Roberto Bojorquez, Product Manager, Your Phone app at Microsoft took to Twitter to share an easter egg with Windows 10 beta testers. As seen within the picture beneath, now you can copy textual content from photographs acquired through textual content just by right-clicking and choosing the ‘copy text from picture’ choice.
What about a little bit #yourphone “easter egg” for #WindowsInsiders on a Friday afternoon? You can proper click on on any MMS and extract the textual content into clipboard and paste it anyplace. BTW- sure, I gained the emoji film trivia recreation with my crew (it was fairly shut although). WFH enjoyable! pic.twitter.com/BDjI90g27i
— Roberto Bojorquez [Microsoft] (@bojorchess) May 16, 2020
This nifty little characteristic is at the moment reside for Windows Insiders. I’ve already examined out this characteristic on my Windows 10 Insider construct #19619 (Fast Ring) and it really works precisely as marketed. Microsoft is presumably utilizing OCR know-how to extract textual content from the photographs, which is nice. You can try the outcomes of this characteristic within the picture beneath:
Microsoft is utilizing this characteristic on MMS photos however who actually makes use of MMS lately? This characteristic might have are available actually useful beneath one situation – if RCS was broadly obtainable and adopted on Android gadgets. If Android customers weren’t solely reliant on a third-party app, corresponding to WhatsApp or Telegram, RCS would have been an iMessage competitor and this Your Phone characteristic could possibly be much more helpful.