Microsoft Lens For Chromebook

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Download Microsoft Lens app on your chrome device & browser. Read The Guideline To install & Use Microsoft Lens On Chrome Device

Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Productivity

Price: Free

Rating: 4.80457 stars based on 91947 reviews

Microsoft Lens: PDF Scanner

Microsoft Lens Chromebook App Download

Download Microsoft Lens For Chromebook

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2015-04-02
  • Current Version: 2.72
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 50.95 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 15.0 or later.
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation

How To Download Microsoft Lens: PDF Scanner On Chromebook

If you're looking to Download Microsoft Lens on your Chromebook laptop Then read the following guideline.

Microsoft Lens (formerly Office Lens) trims, enhances, and makes pictures of whiteboards and documents readable. You can use Microsoft Lens to convert images to PDF, Word, PowerPoint, and Excel files, digitize printed or handwritten text, and save to OneNote, OneDrive, or your local device. You can even import images that are already on your device using Gallery. PRODUCTIVITY AT WORK   • Scan and upload all your notes, receipts, and documents • Capture whiteboard at end of the meeting to keep those action items on track • Scan printed text or handwritten meeting notes to edit and share later • Keep your business networking contacts handy by scanning business cards and saving them to your contact list • Choose to save as PDF, Image, Word or PowerPoint formats into OneNote, OneDrive, or local device as location PRODUCTIVITY AT SCHOOL  • Scan classroom handouts and annotate them in Word and OneNote • Scan handwritten notes to digitize and edit later (works with English only) • Take a picture of the whiteboard or blackboard to reference later, even if you're offline • Keep class notes and your own research organized with the seamless integration with OneNote Join the beta program at this link to get an early preview of the next version of Microsoft Lens and help make it better by providing us feedback:



  • How Useful Lens Is

    By Rine’
    Lens is so good to take photo. It is so useful when I take photos for assignments.
  • Best app

    By Hawarchick
    It is the best scan app out there! Just try it.
  • Great app!

    By sbsjhcjwjwkcjeiiwc
    Its so handy & user friendly!
  • Microsoft’s Lens’ review by small business people

    By SlingGuru
    It took a few minutes to understand how to work the App, and the first times I attempted to include the photos of business cards into my contacts App the App dropped/turned off. Luckily, it saved the information so I was able to correctly add the information into my Contact’s App (I believe, because i haven’t check my Contacts’ App yet to verify it worked - because Lens’ request to submit this review popped up while I was about to do exactly that). It took less than five attempts to get this App to work as promoted, so I’m not too bothered by the work I had to contribute to make Lens work with my Microsoft Outlook account. I do hope they keep improving this App, because it would be so helpful to quickly and completely include the information onto our Microsoft 365/OneDrive apps. High hopes for Microsoft’s Lens App! JC, SlingGuru™️
  • Not user friendly

    By Sunmaiden26
    Great concept for an app, poor execution. Hard to find documents you have saved on your phone to send or delete.
  • Love it

    By panda.Cindy
    The is great for school
  • Fr

    By my freing
    Its garbage fr
  • Keeps getting stuck on transferring

    By Eyesbizzybizzy
    It worked in March not working in May. Keeps getting stuck on transferring a business card to OneNote.
  • Professor of Neurosurgery

    By EA II
    Comes handy in catching screen images during meetings, conventions and lectures. An excellent tool for Learning and teaching!
  • Best way to scan to One Note

    By PickyMom03
    I use Lens most often to scan the receipts I want to keep to One Note. I also forward emails to One Note and use a desktop scanner for more formal documents, but Lens is the most seamless method, and it’s definitely the fastest. My paper piles and file cabinets are going down thanks to Lens!