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Google has removed the View Image button from its search results: Here’s what you can do.

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  • Ever since the Search Engine Giant has decided to let go of the View Image button in its image search results, there has been a wave of disappointment among the internet users.
  • Fortunately, developers have been quick enough to have come up with extensions that will re-enable the feature.
  • You can download the extensions from here.
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Yesterday, Google caused a serious shock to a lot of internet users when it deprived them of the ability to view the images in the image results section of the search engine. All of a sudden, the View Image button vanished from the internet and everyone was left awestruck.

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The view image button is no more there.

Luckily, the developers seem to have taken a pretty swift action to fix this problem and there have already been some extensions which are introduced both for Chrome and Mozilla Firefox which would enable this feature again.

In a recent deal with Getty Images, which happens to be one of the largest companies in the world dealing with stock images, Google had to let go of the view image feature as part of the deal.

The fact that users would now have to take some extra steps in order to save the images is kind of frustrating and Google should have kept that in mind before taking this step. If you do not want to download the extensions, you can still download the images from Google by following these steps:

  1. Search for the image
  2. Click on the visit button
  3. Find the appropriate resolution of the image from within the page
  4. Save it to your device

Though the extensions are already available, it is highly unlikely that they will stay. Especially the ones available for the Google Chrome are the most likely to be deleted first by Google. Nevertheless, they are available as of now and you can make use of them until the time they last.

What are your thoughts on the removal of the View Image button? Do let us know in the comments section below.

Former National Defence Academy Cadet, Mukul Sharma is an Android Lover. He makes Android reviews on Android Updated. You can find him at Android Updated or at Stuff Listings.

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The best way to convert images to words – Android Updated Pick

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Our smartphones came a long way from their humble beginnings a few decades ago. Back in the day, you were lucky if you could even get reception and not to mention other stuff that we take for granted today. With old mobile devices, you could only take phone calls and occasionally send SMS messages.

In the 90s mobile devices experienced their first expansion. They got some new features like a calendar, games, to-do lists etc., and they also got GPRS internet connectivity with email client app. Like before, the first adopters were business people who realized the potential of being accessible 24/7 and being able to work remotely.

Third expansion happened in the late 2000s with the introduction of mobile apps and their app stores. Now people could do basically anything with their devices. They could play games, edit photos and videos, convert documents, create presentations and much more. One of the most popular app categories besides games is business apps. Business people would do anything to get more time in their busy days and to do their work more productively.

Imagine this, you’ve just signed a business contract but you would like to have it in an electronic form. You could take a picture or scan it and afterward save it to your computer. This is easy, but that way you wouldn’t be able to reuse it later if needed since the text on images can’t be edited. One option is to retype the whole document which will take you at least half an hour or instead of doing that you could use one very clever app.

Image to Word Converter will allow you to convert any image with text on it to an editable MS Word file. The app provides excellent conversion results with formatting intact. Some of its most notable features are:

– No limits on the size and the number of files you can upload and convert

– Built-in powerful image scanner which uses top of the line OCR engine

– Ability to convert screenshots

– Easy sharing feature

– Cloud service support (OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox and more)

Although the app is pretty easy to use, we decided to provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to convert your images to word files. Follow along.

Step 1:

Download Image to Word Converter from Play Store and install it.

Step 2:

After the installation is complete, select the image you want to convert. You can select images directly from your phone gallery, from Gmail attachments or previously mentioned cloud services.

Another option is to use a built-in image scanner to quickly take a photo. For the best possible results, we recommend scanning documents on a flat surface without any visible background.

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Step 3:

In case you are not satisfied with your images, you have an option to crop and rotate them. Once you finish with your editings, tap the “Convert” button and proceed to the final step.

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Step 4:

Simply wait for the conversion to finish and that would be all. There is no need of having the app open the whole time, the notification will pop up on your screen saying that your file has been successfully converted.

Image to Word Converter app not only will save you a lot of time but will help you with almost any type of document. For instance, you could make your invoices, reports, notes and even recipes digital and editable again. We would truly recommend having this app installed on your phone because you never know when you will need it.

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Here’s how to map Google Assistant with the Bixby button

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We already talked about Samsung rolling out the feature which enabled us to disable/remap the Bixby button for good. The feature was initially rolled out to the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup of smartphones and was subsequently pushed to the older devices, but it appears that Samsung still does not want us to make use of any other virtual assistant found on the market.

In case you want to map the Bixby button on your Samsung smartphone to other virtual assistants (Amazon Alexa, Cortana, and Google Assistant), the amazing guys at XDA Developers have got you covered.

As it turns out, the developers have extracted a script from an app named Tasker and that can be side-loaded as an APK. Post the installation, all you need to do is to select it as the Bixby single-press action. This will prompt a voice command and in the “Complete action using” screen, choose the Google Assistant or Cortana if you wish.

The app is dubbed Bixby Button Assistant Remapper (the download link is at the end of the post).

How to remap Bixby with Bixby Button Assistant Remapper?

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  • Open Bixby Voice Settings
  • Select Bixby key
  • Choose Double press to open Bixby
  • Select Use single press
  • Toggle it on and tap the gear icon to choose an app
  • Find Bixby Button Assistant Remapper and select it
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  • Press the physical Bixby button and select the assistant app you want to use (click always so it doesn’t ask every time)
  • Voila! There you go

Get the APK from here

What are your thoughts on the mod APK? Do let us know in the comments section down below. Also, do not forget to subscribe to Android Updated. To do so, just tap the bell icon at the bottom of your device screen

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Instagram for Android Updated (V58.0.0.12.73): Send a poll directly in Direct

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Instagram for Android has recently got a new update. After the update (V58.0.0.12.73), you will be able to send a poll privately to a friend of yours or a group of friends of yours in Direct.

Starting today, you can send a poll privately in Direct. Update your app to choose who you want to poll – whether it’s everyone in a big group thread or just your very best friend. Update your app now to try it!Instagram

How to send a poll privately in Instagram Direct?

In order to send a poll in Direct, you need to do the following:

1. Take a photo or video

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2. Add a poll sticker

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3. Ask the question of your own choosing

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4. Send it to your friends or group of friends on Direct

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5. Voila!

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The update was not live until today morning, but now it is available on the Google Play Store. In case you want to try out the latest feature, you can hit the Play Store and update your Instagram app.

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Else, you can download it from the button below.

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What are your thoughts on the latest Instagram update? Do let us know in the comments section down below. Also, do not forget to subscribe to Android Updated. To do so, just tap the bell icon at the bottom of your device screen.

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