Camera has became a most important part of a Android Smartphones. The default camera app is not always fully loaded with multiple functions. Someway or Somehow it is not able to give perfect results to users, therefore there are multiple apps for photography, scanning documents and much more. Today we are reviewing a just launched Scanning Application for Android developed by Adobe named as Adobe Scan.
Adobe Scan is a powerful app which takes the photo from the camera and automatically take the photo and crop it accordingly. It can also convert the scanned document into Adobe PDF format which can be used and edited as and when required.
What Can Adobe Scan Do For You?
- SCAN ANYTHING, ANYWHERE, ANYTIME
Capture forms, receipts, notes, and business cards. You can even scan multi-page documents and save as PDF with a single tap.
- RECYCLE CONTENT
Free, built-in optical character recognition (OCR) lets you reuse scanned content by creating a high-quality PDF that you can work with in Adobe Acrobat Reader.
- GET MORE DONE ON THE GO
Save your scans to Adobe Document Cloud for instant access and sharing. Even lengthy legal documents become manageable, as you search text, highlight key sections, and add notes.
- GET CONNECTED
Adobe Scan connects you to the world’s best document services that let you do even more with your PDFs. Edit, convert to Microsoft Office, fill and sign, and send for tracked signatures.
The app Adobe Scan is really cool in one of its category and it functions seamlessly. The Powerful technology of Adobe has made this application much powerful then any other of it group. Must try this app if you keep taking pictures of your documents all the time and read it stressing your eyes. Download the Adobe Scan App
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