Google’s Lookout application update comes with a feature to support more languages including French, Italian, German and Spanish, and it also comes with new styles to support the visually impaired and the blind on the Android platform.
Also, the new patterns in the Lookout update can support users in scanning food labels via the Food Label mode, as this pattern can support users to recognize packaged foods by pointing the camera at the label, allowing Lookout to recognize and distinguish different foods.
The application update also includes Scan Document mode that works to scan files, and also supports capturing text or document clips and reading them aloud to the user, as Google confirmed that this tool will scan the document completely, as this version of the application supports reading larger content.
Adams from Google also confirmed that the Lookout update will be based on the reactions of blind and partially sighted users, and this update is also compatible better with the TalkBack reader. Users will also be able to switch between modes across the bottom of the screen.
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