- I've been using this since it launched a couple years ago. You can quickly scan, crop and upload to just about any service you use. It also recently updated with PDF editing and faxing.I've tried a ton of phone scanners. This one is simple, quick, and has super useful naming options and fast uploads to most commonly used services. Just the right amount of features and they don't get in the way.
The app reminded me of the old photo archive I stored over two decades. The scan quality is great.
It's wearisome to scan over 1k photos. I guess most of the app users ditch it after the firs hundred of scans.
PhotoScan is a phenomenal app for quickly converting printed images into digital images. Forget your scanner. This app is faster and easier to use. Simply hold your phone above a photo and scan at a handful of points and your photo is digitized and uploaded to your Google Photos account. One of the best uses for this app is family history. You can quickly archive all your family history photos from a photo book without lots of extra touching of old or delicate photos.
- This one is my top priority when I work remotely. My team is extremely busy and they don't have time to read my documents (product features and flow). We often draft product flows, screen by screen and capture them by using Scanner Pro app. Sharing and reading the scanned files is fun, it also helps increase our team's productivity.
- Have found this very useful Dropbox scan feature. Plus it gets synced with your account
- Works great, makes all my scans into a pdf, that I can text, email, etc.